Applies to: Exchange Server 2007
Topic Last Modified: 2007-06-14
An Exchange administrator is a user or group that has been granted permissions inherent within a specific administrator role. An administrator role is a predefined security group that provides specific permissions to allow role members to manage Exchange configuration data. Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 provides the following four administrator roles: Exchange Recipient Administrators, Exchange Organization Administrators, Exchange Server Administrators, and Exchange View-Only Administrators. For more information about Exchange 2007 administrator roles, see the following topics:
When you select an Exchange administrator, the following actions are available either by right-clicking the administrator's name or by using the action pane.
|To modify how organization configuration objects are displayed in Microsoft Management Console (MMC), click View in the action pane. For more information about view options, see Organization Configuration (RTM).|
- Add Exchange Administrator
Click Add Exchange Administrator to start the Add Exchange Administrator wizard. This wizard will help you add a new administrator and select the administrator role membership.
To learn more about the different Exchange administrator roles you can configure by using this wizard, see How to Add a User or Group to an Administrator Role.
Click Remove to delete the selected Exchange administrator, revoking all administrative rights that were assigned to that identity.