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Administrator no rights to open other Mailboxes - 5.Jan.2005 8:25:00 AM   
artl

 

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Hy!Š

IŠve following Problem. I migrated my Exchange 2000 Standard to Enterprise.
Before I moved all the Mailboxes to another Enterprise Server with the same Service Pack.

After migration I moved all the Mailboxes Back to the original Exchange Server.

Everything seemed ok, till i wanted to open another Mailbox with the Domain Admin User. -- ACEESS DENIED

The rights at the Mailbox Store are ok. All permissions are the same like before migration.

If I take a User and give it directly FULL CONTROL Permissions at the Mailbox Store it doesnŠt act. If I give a User direct Permissions on a Mailbox he can open it.

I have more exchange Servers in one Organisation and the Replication work faultless.
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I moved a Mailbox back to the Migration Server - Same Problem - I installed the Microsoft Patch for Exchagne SP3 - Same Problem

I my opinion it canŠt be a Permission Problem, because all permissions are the same like before and if I permit a usere directly on mailbox store it also donŠt work.

Does anybody has an idea how i can resolve this Problem????

THANKS
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RE: Administrator no rights to open other Mailboxes - 5.Jan.2005 1:38:00 PM   
Miracle

 

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You have mentioned everything except the obvious, check the permissions tn the individual mailbox itself to see if the admin has rights to it [Smile]

Open AD Users & Computers. Select "Advanced Features" from the view menu in the console. If you open up the usesr properties and goto the "Exchange Advanced" tab you will see a new option appear called "Mailbox Rights," you can set permissions to the actual mailbox from in there.

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