Month: February 2014

Granular Outlook Permissions

Recently a customer with a lot of shared mailboxes asked if it was possible to give granular Outlook permissions forĀ some users. They wanted read only permissions to some shared mailboxes – to the Inbox only.

The customerĀ also asked if Automapping was possible even if we only was giving access to the Inbox.

The good news is that it can be done, the bad news is that it is not possible to do via EMC, like giving Full Access. You have to do this with Powershell.

Here is how I did the granular Outlook permissions in Exchange.

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Junk E-Mail what is going on?

Did you know that Outlook and Exchange both have their own antispam filtering mechanism and that they are working independent?

Have you ever been wondering why Outlook still places emails in “Junk E-mail” folder even when you have turned “Junk E-Mail” filtering off?

In this post I will try to Explain why and what to do. As usual this is taken from daily experience at customers.

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