Outlook mailbox permissions

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How do a prevent users using Outlook from assigning other users rights to their mailboxes? I want to restrict or remove the Permission Tab in the Properties view of the user?s mailbox. Permission should be assigned by the Administrators not by the users to each others mailboxes.
ASKED: July 13, 2005  11:04 AM
UPDATED: July 14, 2005  9:07 AM

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Why not use Group Policy? Outlook has its own ADM file you can load into a GPO. If I remember rightly it’s in the Office Resource Kit.

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  • Petroleumman
    Hello, Try this, open AD Users and Computers => user properties =>Exchange Advanced tab and click on Mailbox rights. Make sure your users only have 'read' and 'full mailbox access' set as their permissions. This should restrict them from accessing other users mailboxes and/or elevating permisson levels. Let me know if this helps! Good Luck!
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