E2K10 – Mailbox Permission


Full Access permission: the user has full access to only the mailbox for which the permissions are applied, and the user can open and read the contents of the mailbox.

However, the user can’t send mail as that mailbox without additional permissions,i.e Send As, Send on Behalf

How to do: EMC, EMS

Send As permission: the user can send as, but no access to the contents of the mailbox.

How to do: EMC, EMS

Send on Behalf permission:

How: Outlook, EMC & EMS

Receive as:

How: EMS only

 

Full Access + Send on Behalf = Send as
http://blogs.technet.com/b/ehlro/archive/2012/04/06/full-mailbox-access-rights-send-on-behalf-send-as.aspx

Shared Mailbox – ID is disable, and has a few users to have Full Access Permission. No one can send as unless …

Linked Mailbox – ID is disable, and own by external ID

 

Reference:

Understanding E2K10 Recipients http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb201680.aspx


 

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