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I am having this same issue, and I do think the Microsoft Support article will help, but I noticed in the Permissions that Exchange Trusted Subsystem is defaulted to Deny. My questions is, Should I remove the Deny Permission first before adding the Allow to Modify?

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Hello,

The order in which you add the Allow permission and remove the Deny one does not affect the behavior. It is just that you need to remove the Deny permission so that it does not override the Allow one.

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