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idksna

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Hey all,

One of our customers has quite a few shared mailboxes (mailboxes used by multiple users like: info, store, sales...) for different branch offices and a lot of users need full access to all folders (basically just the entire mailbox) (which are quite a lot individual folders), so configuring all these permissions manually trough Microsoft Outlook is quite a nightmare. Is there some way to easily give a user full mailbox access to an additional mailbox, like Microsoft Exchange has the option to (when you click on a mailbox and click on "Full Access..." and where you just add the user and the user automatically has full access to the mailbox? It doesn't matter whether it's a console command or SQL query or something, but adding all the permissions for all users individually per folder (because Calendar and Contact do not count as sub-folder) is simply a nightmare.

...Otherwise consider this a feature request for the Admin Panel Wink
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We have a customer with about 15 of these shared email addresses. For the ones that aren't creating a folder structure we use the shared mailbox option. For the ones with complex folder structures, we just use IMAP which works for them.
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