List users' assigned calendar delegates for a specific mailbox

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Use Exchange Powershell to check mailbox delegate settings without requiring account access

Posted on 27 June 2013 by Beaming Support

If you want to use Exchange Powershell to check mailbox delegate settings, follow this example.

If you don’t have account access you can use Exchange Powershell to check mailbox delegate settings

If you want to use Exchange Powershell to check mailbox delegate settings, this example will list users’ assigned calendar delegates for a specific mailbox.

  1. Open Microsoft Exchange Powershell 2007
  2. Run this command: [PS] Get-MailboxCalendarSettings -Identity “full email address here” | format-list identity,resource delegates Identity : Results will be listed here and listed by the account mailbox name.

 

 

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