Exchange Q&A: Exchange Administration (5)

1.How to remove the Full Access permission to mailboxes using the Exchange Management Shell?

Run the following command:

Remove-MailboxPermission -Identity Equipment1 -User MailUser1 -AccessRights FullAccess -InheritanceType All

2.How to assign the Send As Permission to mailboxes and groups using the Exchange Management Shell?

Run the following command:

Add-ADPermission -Identity “Electronic Devices” -User ITAdmin -ExtendedRights “Send As”

3.How to remove the Send As Permission to mailboxes and groups using the Exchange Management Shell?

Run the following command:

Remove-ADPermission -Identity “Electronic Devices” -User ITAdmin -ExtendedRights “Send As”

4.How to assign the Send on Behalf permission to mailbox and groups?

Assign a mailbox to a mailbox:

Set-Mailbox -Identity pig@contoso.com -GrantSendOnBehalfTo cat

Assign group to a shared mailbox:

Set-Mailbox “IT Admins Group” -GrantSendOnBehalfTo @{Add=”equipments@contoso.com”}

Assign mailbox to a group:

Set-DistributionGroup -Identity iteuiptments@contoso.com -GrantSendOnBehalfTo itadmin@contoso.com

5.Which two type of roles in Exchange Server:

  • Administrative Roles;
  • End-user roles.

6.How many Built-in role groups in Exchange Server?

  • Organization Management;
  • View-Only Organization Management;
  • Recipient Management;
  • UM Management;
  • Help Desk;
  • Hygiene Management;
  • Records Management;
  • Discovery Management;
  • Public Folder Management;
  • Server Management;
  • Delegated Setup;
  • Compliance Management.

7.What are Shared Mailboxes?

A shared mailbox is a type of user mailbox that doesn’t have its own user name and password. As a result, users can’t log into them directly. To access a shared mailbox, users must first be granted Send As or Full Access permissions to the mailbox. Once that’s done, users sign into their own mailboxes and then access the shared mailbox by adding it to their Outlook profile.

8.Why set up a shared mailbox?

  • Provides a generic email address (for example, info@contoso.com or sales@contoso.com), that customers can use to inquire about your company;
  • Allows departments that provide centralized services to employees (for example, help desk, human resources, or printing services), to respond to employee questions;
  • Allows multiple users to monitor and reply to email sent to an email address (for example, an address used specifically by the help desk).

9.What permissions can we use with a shared mailbox?

  • Full Access: User can login and act as the owner, but cannot send E-Mail from it;
  • Send As: User can send E-Mail from it;
  • Send on Behalf: User can send E-Mail from it and the user who’s delegated will shows out.

10.What are the public folders used as?

  • Share access and provide a way to collect, organize, and share information with other people in workgroup or organization;
  • Used as an archiving method for distribution groups.

11.What things that Public folders aren’t designed to do?

  • Data archiving;
  • Document sharing and collaboration.

12.How to create a public folder using Exchange Management Shell?

Run the following command:

New-Mailbox -PublicFolder -Name “New Public Folder”

13.What contents that a Public Folder can includes?

Email messages, posts, documents, and eForms

14.What are the two types of public folder mailbox?

  • Primary hierarchy mailbox;
  • Secondary hierarchy mailboxes.

Still have questions? Click here to view Microsoft’s official documentation on Exchange.

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