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    Working with Store Permissions in Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server and Exchange Server 2003

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    This document explains the process by which Exchange 2000 Server and Exchange Server 2003 uses permissions to control access to objects in the Exchange store (public folder databases and mailbox databases).
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      StrPermwE2k3.doc

      Date Published:

      12/12/2006

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        This document explains the process by which Exchange 2000 Server and Exchange Server 2003 uses permissions to control access to objects in the Exchange store (public folder databases and mailbox databases). This document provides detailed answers to the following questions and more:
        • When I open a folder or message, what does Exchange check in order to determine whether I have access?

        • How do Exchange store permissions differ from permissions in Windows 2000 Active Directory and the Windows 2000 file system?
    • Supported Operating System

      Windows 2000, Windows 2000 Service Pack 2, Windows 2000 Service Pack 3, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP

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      • This document explains the process by which Exchange 2000 Server and Exchange Server 2003 uses permissions to control access to objects in the Exchange store (public folder databases and mailbox databases).
        This document provides detailed answers to the following questions:
        When I open a folder or message, what does Exchange check in order to determine whether I have access? Where does this information come from?
        How do Exchange store permissions differ from permissions in Windows 2000 Active Directory and the Windows 2000 file system?
        How many sets of permissions does Exchange use, and what is the function of each?
        Of these sets of permissions, which ones are related to one another and how does Exchange convert information from one form to another?
        Why does Exchange provide several different user interfaces for viewing permissions, and why is each different?
        In order to set a particular type of permission, which interface should I use? Which interfaces should I never use?
        If I want to change permissions, which settings should I leave alone in order for Exchange to function smoothly?

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