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    57 comments  ·  Office 365 Admin » Exchange Admin  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Farshad commented  · 

    I am not sure if the folks here know this or not but if you want to use powershell to figure out if automapping is enabled or disabled for a user having fullaccess to a shared mailbox, you can run the following command. if it comes back with the display name of the user, the automapping is on, if not, then it is off. It is not exactly what you are asking for here, but if it helps a bit, here is the command

    (get-mailboxpermission "sharedmailbox@contoso.com" -user “john.smith@contoso.com" -ReadFromDomainController)[0].DelegateListLink

    Smith, John
    Smith, Rob

    Above result means automapping is ON for John and Rob for this shared mailbox only, for everyone else it is off

    I agree we should add this feature , so please keep on voting

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