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    Exchange 2007 mailbox permissions

    I seem to have a few users with funny permissions on their mailboxes and I can't see how to change them.

    When I use the command Get-mailboxpermission "username" it list loads of my domain accounts as having deny permission... some inherited and some not. I have tried deleting them using the powershell but that doesn't work (no errors)

    I am sure when I started I dug down into the bowels of EX2007 to set something but I can't find out where it is.. anyone have a clue how I can fix it.

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    Find the mailbox in the Management Console - right click and select manage full access permission

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    Doesn't work, thats why I need to delve deeper.

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    Can you grant yourself permission by using

    Add-MailboxPermission "Mailbox" -User "Trusted User" -AccessRights FullAccess

    as mentioned here
    How to Allow Mailbox Access: Exchange 2007 Help

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    Nope, there is a deny on it which is inherited which seems to override everything.

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    Are you able to edit the mailbox /mail flow settings in the properties?

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    Are you managing Exchange remotely or on the server?

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    I am on sat at the server.. I can manage mailflow and everything else on the users mailbox.

    Its not all mailboxes.. just 2 that I need to get into to manage as they are away... the rest of the boxes play nicely

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