Setting mailbox permissions

The ability to change the way messages are processed in a mailbox became a fundamental part of email system functionality a long time ago. Exchange enables you to assign different levels of control over mailboxes to influence the way messages are delivered to the mailbox, who has the right to send messages from or on behalf of the mailbox (there is a difference), or who has complete control over the mailbox. These assignments can be made by changing mailbox properties through Mail Flow Settings or by assigning different Active Directory permissions to allow other accounts to impersonate or access contents in the mailbox.

Mailbox delegation

EAC provides three settings under the Mailbox Delegation section of a mailbox’s ...

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