User explicitly denied "Full Mailbox Access"

I have an administrator account "Mark" that is explicitly denied the Full 
Mailbox Access permission in "Mailbox Rights". I am able to grant other 
adminstrators access to the same mailbox, even domain users. It seem the user 
is inheriting the single Deny permission, but I can't see where from. The 
user who's mailbox I am trying to grant access to is the domain\users OU. 
Mark is automatically denied full mailbox access to all users, even if I turn 
off inheritance in the security tab. Help?

Thanks everyone in advance.
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Deep (8)
10/26/2006 11:56:02 PM
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Is his account listed in the exchange delegation wizard?

Start at the top, and see if you can find where the deny is set....



"Deep" <Deep@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
news:40A1BDD5-1246-457D-972C-8F3A7864F41D@microsoft.com...
>I have an administrator account "Mark" that is explicitly denied the Full
> Mailbox Access permission in "Mailbox Rights". I am able to grant other
> adminstrators access to the same mailbox, even domain users. It seem the 
> user
> is inheriting the single Deny permission, but I can't see where from. The
> user who's mailbox I am trying to grant access to is the domain\users OU.
> Mark is automatically denied full mailbox access to all users, even if I 
> turn
> off inheritance in the security tab. Help?
>
> Thanks everyone in advance. 


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tfelts (292)
10/27/2006 3:57:31 AM
Thanks Tom!
He was listed under the Delegation Wizard, i didn't remove him (we found a 
temporary workaround) but I suspect removing him would have fixed it.

"Tom Felts" wrote:

> Is his account listed in the exchange delegation wizard?
> 
> Start at the top, and see if you can find where the deny is set....
> 
> 
> 
> "Deep" <Deep@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
> news:40A1BDD5-1246-457D-972C-8F3A7864F41D@microsoft.com...
> >I have an administrator account "Mark" that is explicitly denied the Full
> > Mailbox Access permission in "Mailbox Rights". I am able to grant other
> > adminstrators access to the same mailbox, even domain users. It seem the 
> > user
> > is inheriting the single Deny permission, but I can't see where from. The
> > user who's mailbox I am trying to grant access to is the domain\users OU.
> > Mark is automatically denied full mailbox access to all users, even if I 
> > turn
> > off inheritance in the security tab. Help?
> >
> > Thanks everyone in advance. 
> 
> 
> 
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Deep (8)
10/27/2006 10:45:01 PM
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