In this lesson, you can learn how to delegate permissions for Exchange inboxes using PowerShell.
- [Instructor] In the previous lesson, I showed you…how we delegate permissions to a user mailbox…using the admin center.…In this lesson, we're going to go ahead and apply…those same permissions but we're going to do it…through PowerShell.…In preparation for this, as you can see,…I have already removed all the mailbox permissions…for our user Watson.…Let's go ahead and pop into ISE to show you how to do this.…I have already connected to Exchange Online.…Now I'm not gonna lie.…I'm a horrible typist.…
So I've already gone ahead…and prepared my code ahead of time.…To assign, read, and manage permissions to that mailbox,…we're simply going to use the commandlet…Add-MailBoxPermission.…We're gonna specify the identity.…Here, I'm gonna use the email address.…Next, select the user, in our case Lucy,…who will have the rights to this mailbox…and what type of right is she going to have.…In this case, it will be full access.…
I'm gonna go ahead and run that selection.…And we can now see that Lucy now has full access…to Watson's mailbox.…
- Changing the default and reply-to email addresses
- Managing SIP addresses
- Creating resource mailboxes
- Creating external contacts
- Creating distribution lists
- Creating and applying retention policies for Exchange mailboxes
- Configuring Skype for Business Online communication settings
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 08/13/2018. What changed?
A: New videos were added that cover creating Office 365 groups, delegating permissions using the Office 365 portal and Windows PowerShell, and migrating public folders.