Managing mailbox permissions is vital for the proper functioning of an Exchange organization. Tougher compliance audit standards have also required organizations to amp up their security to protect confidential information. All security measures start at delegation: delegate permissions to the correct people and manage them wisely.
Exchange Reporter Plus provides three reports on mailbox permissions:
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This mailbox permissions report helps you:
Assigning excessive permissions to delegates may prove disastrous for the sensitive data contained in the user mailbox. To effectively monitor mailboxes with delegates, you can schedule and generate this Exchange Server permissions report. Exchange Reporter Plus offers this report for Exchange Server 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 and 2019, and Exchange Online.
Check user mailbox permissions easily using this report. It provides information regarding:
With shared resources like shared mailboxes, access rights will differ across groups. Group A might have full mailbox access rights, Group B might have send as permissions, and User A in Group A might have change owner permissions. As the number of shared resources increases, the access control entries also increase.
This report shows all the permissions granted to non-owners of particular mailboxes you choose to monitor. It is prudent to be aware of the amount of access non-owners have over your mailboxes. This helps you to keep track of non-owner privileges. This permissions report gives you easy access to this information without having to manually type in complex PowerShell cmdlets.
Get detailed information about the user permissions assigned on any folder in a mailbox. This report lists the users and groups who have access to specified folders along with their access rights. Customize this report to view the permissions assigned on any mail folder such as inbox, sent items, calendar, and more.
Besides Exchange Server mailbox permission reports, Exchange Reporter Plus also offers a set of reports on public folder permissions, distribution list permissions, shared mailbox permissions and calendar permissions for both Exchange Server and Exchange Online. Exchange Reporter Plus supports Exchange Server 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, and 2019; Exchange Online; and Skype for Business. You can export these Exchange mailbox permissions reports as PDF, CSV, HTML and XLS. Also, schedule these reports to be automatically generated and sent to your organization's stakeholders via email.
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