Topic Last Modified: 2009-01-13
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 is tightly integrated with Active Directory in an organization. To operate correctly, Exchange 2007 requires appropriate permissions to be assigned in Active Directory. Also, to manage user access to mailboxes and other objects in Exchange, Exchange 2007 refers to the permissions that have been assigned to the particular user or users in Active Directory. If an issue exists with the permissions that are assigned to a user or if an issue exists with the permissions that are assigned to the Exchange service accounts, you may experience issues with mailbox access or with Exchange functionality.
The following topics will help you troubleshoot permission-related issues with Exchange 2007:
Microsoft Exchange System Attendant Service Does Not Start
- A User Who
Does Not Have Send As Rights Can Successfully Send a Meeting
Request from an Exchange 2007 Mailbox
For More Information
For more information about permissions, delegating roles, and the rights that are required to administer Exchange 2007, see Permission Considerations.