Exchange PowerShell command to show permissions on a particular or all users mailboxes

By |2017-12-07T10:10:24+00:00April 28th, 2011|Exchange, PowerShell|0 Comments

We had a request recently to list what users have rights to a specific users mailbox.

This can easily be done using the following command.

Get-MailboxPermission –Identity “UserName” | fl user, accessrights

This gives an output like below.


If you would like to see permissions for every users mailbox run the following command

Get-MailboxPermission -Identity * | fl user, accessrights , identity > C:Perms.txt
(You can change the file location to wherever you would like)

The list of the Users and Permissions will all be in the Perms.txt file.

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