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How do I set up exchange to cope with multiple users? At the moment all users can access everybodys mail, whats required is some degree of secrecy between 12 users and 5 PC's, allowing each user to log on to exchange and only be able to view their mail. The next user on that PC must only be able to access their mail and not the previous user s mail as now. The system is running win 95 (obviously!) and NT4 on the server.
Yes, you've guessed it, I was the only one in the office when the net admin job came up!

Cheers,

Bob Hewitt
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Setup Win95 with User Profiles.  Have each user login to Win95 with their own username and password.  

In Exchange, setup Profiles.  In each profile, created for each user, put specific user info.


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