Access Management
for Microsoft Exchange® with tenfold

“Exchange Permission Management”

Managing Exchange® mailboxes and permissions and creating reports for them is a complex and time-consuming task, especially when all you have to work with are the standard tools provided by Microsoft. Usually, there is no direct way of finding out who has privileges or access to specific mailboxes or inbox folders, so admins are forced to find a workaround for the problem. With tenfold’s Essentials Plus, the Exchange permission management quest becomes a walk in the park.

Management

With tenfold, mailboxes are created automatically as part of the user creation process. Inbox databases and guidelines are also created automatically, based on an employee’s office. If an employee switches to a different office, tenfold automatically transfers their mailboxes to the new location and if someone resigns, tenfold automatically archives their mailboxes and sets up a forwarding system.

Inbox Reporting

tenfold uses a split-screen interface for permission reporting. Here, it illustrates clearly and concisely who has access to specific mailboxes (or inboxes). In doing so, it prioritizes effective permissions, which means that Active Directory groups are automatically broken down into their members and displayed in form of a tree structure that is easy to read and comprehend.

User Reporting

Sometimes, you need to know which mailboxes, public folders or individual inbox folders a certain user (or user group) has access to, but with Microsoft’s provided standard tools there is no way to find out. tenfold enables user reporting that is precise, clear and coherent.

Clear and coherent: tenfold’s Exchange access management plugin

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It has never been easier to manage and keep track of your users and their access rights in one centralized software. Administrators, managers and your company as a whole will benefit from tenfold, as it provides a transparent overview of all access rights. tenfold can help you comply with standards, like ISO 27000, BSI, etc., and offers worthwhile functions for managing users and access rights.

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