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Recipient Management

Exchange 2010
 

Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP3, Exchange Server 2010 SP2

Topic Last Modified: 2012-07-23

The Recipient Management management role group is one of several built-in role groups that make up the Role Based Access Control (RBAC) permissions model in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. Role groups are assigned one or more management roles that contain the permissions required to perform a given set of tasks. The members of a role group are granted access to the management roles assigned to the role group. For more information about role groups, see Understanding Management Role Groups.

Administrators who are members of the Recipient Management role group have administrative access to create or modify Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 recipients within the Exchange 2010 organization.

This role group is equivalent to the Exchange Recipient Administrators role in Exchange Server 2007.

For more information about RBAC, see Understanding Role Based Access Control.

If you want to add or remove members to or from this role group, see the following topics:

By default, only members of the Organization Management role group can add or remove members from this role group. For more information about how to add additional role group delegates, see Add or Remove a Role Group Delegate.

You can use the following command to view a list of users or universal security groups (USGs) that are members of this role group.

Get-RoleGroupMember "Recipient Management"

For more information about the members of a role group, see View the Members of a Role Group.

This role group is assigned management roles by default. The roles that are included are listed in the "Management Roles Assigned to this Role Group" section. You can add or remove role assignments to or from this role group to match the needs of your organization.

The role groups provided with Exchange 2010 are designed to match more granular tasks. By assigning roles to a role group, you enable the members of that role group to perform the tasks associated with the role. For example, the Journaling role enables the management of the Journaling agent and journaling rules. For more information about how roles are assigned to role groups, see Understanding Management Role Assignments.

The roles assigned to this role group are given default management scopes. Management scopes determine what Exchange objects can be viewed or modified by the members of a role group. You can change the scopes associated with assignments between roles and role groups. For example, you might want to do this if you only want members of a role group to be able to change recipients that are under a specific organizational unit or in a specific location. For more information about management scopes, see Understanding Management Role Scopes.

For more information about how to customize this role group, see the following topics:

If you want to create a role group and assign some of the roles that are assigned to this role group to the new role group, see Create a Role Group.

If the creation of security principals in your organization, such as user accounts, is controlled by a specific group other than the Exchange administrators, you can create a role group and move the Mail Recipient Creation role and the Security Group Creation and Membership role to the new role group. Doing so prevents members of the Recipient Management role group from creating Active Directory objects. They can, however, continue to mail-enable the new Active Directory objects. For more information about split permissions, see Understanding Split Permissions.

The following table lists all the management roles that are assigned to this role group and the following attributes of each role assignment:

  • Regular assignment   Enables members of the role group to access the management role entries made available by the associated management role.
  • Delegating assignment   Gives members of the role group the ability to assign the specified role to other role groups, role assignment policies, users, or USGs.
  • Recipient read scope   Determines what recipient objects members of the role group are allowed to read from Active Directory.
  • Recipient write scope   Determines what recipient objects members of the role group are allowed to modify in Active Directory.
  • Configuration read scope   Determines what configuration and server objects members of the role group are allowed to read from Active Directory.
  • Configuration write scope   Determines what organizational and server objects members of the role group are allowed to modify in Active Directory.

For more information about role assignments and management scopes, see the following topics:

Management roles assigned to this role group

Management roleRegular assignmentDelegating assignmentRecipient read scopeRecipient write scopeConfiguration read scopeConfiguration write scope

Distribution Groups Role

X

 

Organization

Organization

OrganizationConfig

OrganizationConfig

Mail Enabled Public Folders Role

X

 

Organization

Organization

OrganizationConfig

OrganizationConfig

Mail Recipient Creation Role

X

 

Organization

Organization

OrganizationConfig

OrganizationConfig

Mail Recipients Role

X

 

Organization

Organization

OrganizationConfig

OrganizationConfig

Message Tracking Role

X

 

Organization

Organization

OrganizationConfig

OrganizationConfig

Migration Role

X

 

Organization

Organization

OrganizationConfig

OrganizationConfig

Move Mailboxes Role

X

 

Organization

Organization

OrganizationConfig

OrganizationConfig

Recipient Policies Role

X

 

Organization

Organization

OrganizationConfig

OrganizationConfig

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