Office 365 Set mailbox folder permissions recursively and in Bulk

Use this script to recursively configure permissions on all user-accessible folders in a mailbox. Multiple values are supported for both the Mailbox and User parameters, allowing you to use the script for BULK editing. Refer to the built-in help for additional details.

 
 
 
 
 
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  • Could this be modified to work with Office 2016 on premise?
    4 Posts | Last post March 05, 2020
    • I tried running it but received an error regarding the GUID, No matching security principal found. I am guessing this has to do with Office 365 AD.
    • Jon, can you send me a proper example over email, I'll try to reproduce/fix. You can find my contact details at michev.info.
    • Did you ever fix this?
      I got the same error and it worked after removing the domain from the user.
      -User name.lastn@domain.com ---> -User name.lastn
    • I am experiencing the same problem, but I have to use the UPN, which does not seem to work. Any idea on this?
  • Removing unknown SIDs
    1 Posts | Last post September 25, 2018
    • Your Set mailbox folder permissions recursively and in bulk script was awesome and thank you for sharing it Vasil.   I was wondering if you ever wrote a script for removing unknown SIDs from mailboxes and subfolders.  Thank you
  • Removing unknown SIDs
    1 Posts | Last post September 24, 2018
    • Your Set mailbox folder permissions recursively and in bulk script was awesome and thank you for sharing it Vasil.   I was wondering if you ever wrote a script for removing unknown SIDs from mailboxes and subfolders.  Thank you