Best practice is to have the primary in cache mode and the shared mailbox not cached:
Limitations for on-prem get a bit tougher:
32 sessions sounds about right:
MAPI on the Middle Tier (MoMT) n/a 32
However, it can tough to manage that because there are also throttling considerations:
Bottom Line Recommendations:
- Run Outlook in cache mode
- Do not download Shared Mailboxes. Uncheck that option.
- Limit the number of shared mailboxes uses can open. Consider not auto-mapping them to a user if they require access to more than 10 or so.
Add-MailboxPermission -Identity <Mailbox ID1> -User <Mailbox ID2> -AccessRights FullAccess -AutoMapping:$false
Each user will have to add the mailbox manually, yes.
It will not appear automatically if its not auto-mapped.
Many Many thanks for the update Andy
Sure, no problem!
If you could, please mark an accepted answer. thanks!
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