Exchange Permissions

Hi guys,

I have a user and she has multiple users mailboxes setup on her outlook but she does not want to see the users task and only have access to the mailbox and calendar is there any powershell command that I can use to setup these permissions ?

This is more of an Exchange question, I would recommend asking on a Exchange thread. It also is a single user, so you may not even need Powershell to accomplish the task.

I did post it on technet exchange but since you have powershell on a exchange server I was wondering if anyone would know how to accomplish this

Hi Kevin,
Are you trying to make it so they see ONLY the Inbox but not tasks and calendars? I’m not sure that’s even possible. I know you can give someone ( managers etc) Full Access without Automapping that mailbox to their Outlook. This makes it so the manager has to use something like OWA to access the employee’s mailbox. That’s how we handled that.
The command to do that is :

Add-MailboxPermission -Identity EmployeeName -User 'ManagerName' -AccessRights FullAccess -InheritanceType All -Automapping $false 

Ref: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh529943(v=exchg.141).aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396

They use should be able to see everything except the tasks, Because its showing up on her profiles and she is getting confused with her and other users tasks.
I setup a new profile with instead of adding the mailbox on the outlook profile but from exchange gave her permission to the mailbox so that the others users tasks and reminders of task won’t show up on her side but she will be able to view everything.

Here is a link to the solution on my technet post
https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/a2bd4382-6c76-49af-a642-6c7bf2b7e660/exchange-2013-tasks-permissions?forum=exchangesvradmin

Hey Kevin,

Glad you found a solution to your issue and thank your for posting the solution for others.

No problem Rob, That’s what the community is all about right.