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According to this -- http://community.office365.com/en-us/forums/160/p/12764/57756.aspx?wa=wsignin1.0 -- the request cannot be completed. I have submitted a request to have this changed.
If I use this command -- Add-MailboxPermission -Identity firstname.lastname@example.org -User email@example.com -AccessRight ReadPermission -InheritanceType All -Automapping $false -- the supervisor cannot view the email. (This is apparently by design as ReadPermission just grants the ability to read the permissions on the item.)
If I use this command --
Add-MailboxPermission -Identity firstname.lastname@example.org -User
email@example.com -AccessRight FullAccess -InheritanceType All
-Automapping $false -- the supervisor can view the email but also move, delete and mark it read.
Any tips on making a change in Powershell so the account can be viewed surreptitiously?
Thanks for the feedback.
I’d like to confirm the follow situation whether you want to limit supervisor can only read user mailbox of data, however not do any changes to the user mailbox.
If so, as far as I know, this target can’t be achieved in Exchange Online. I suggest that you can use Journaling rules . By creating a Journaling rules, Collect the specified user mail traffic .All the Email traffic from specified user will be copied to an external mailbox, such as Hotmail, Gmail, and so on. The supervisor can check on the user's E-mail traffic from the external mailbox.
For more information about create a Journaling rules ,please refer to the follow this article.
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This is a helpful solution for monitoring email going forward but does not address reviewing historical email correspondence. It provides an option, and I appreciate that, however I am looking to add the mailbox, allowing historic access and ongoing monitoring at one point.
As your said ,If we grant supervisor to access another user's mailbox, we can only give him with full permission to this mailbox, so, in a read-only way to access user mailbox , it is unavailable. If you have any questions or have additional information to add to your previous suggestion, I would suggest you submitting a feedback at http://mymfe.microsoft.com/Microsoft%20Online%20Services/Feedback.aspx?formID=210
Hi jasonmw,How are the things going?Has this issue been resolved?If you have any other questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to tell us. Thanks,Luke Yan