Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
The Add-MailboxPermission cmdlet has several attributes, including the ability to select
users and change their access rights. The information returned in the display indicates there
were no syntax errors and the command completed successfully.
Validating a user’s permissions is another common administrative task. In this exercise, you
will validate a user’s access permissions to other mailboxes.
1. Establish a new PSSession if you do not already have one.
2. View the permissions of a mailbox by entering the following command. In the
Office 365 development environment you are using, use an account name in place
of Julian@ContosoFitness.onMicrosoft.com. The result should be similar to what is
shown in Figure 9-27:
Get-MailboxPermission -Identity Julian@ContosoFitness.onMicrosoft.com | Select
User, AccessRights, Deny
Figure 9-27 View of the Office 365 mailbox rights from our development environment.
Changing time zones
It might be necessary to change the time zone for Office 365 mailboxes. If the time zone is
incorrectly set for a user, it will affect the Exchange calendar. To change the time zone for a
user, follow these steps:
1. Establish a PSSession if you do not have one.
2. To validate a user’s time zone, enter the following command. Replace the user
Anthony@ContosoFitness.onmicrosoft.com for one that applies to your environment:
Get-MailboxRegionalConfiguration -Identity Anthony@ContosoFitness.onMicrosoft.