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Publishing Organizational Forms in Exchange 2K

Posted on 2003-03-28
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I am having one heck of a time finding my answer so hoping someone here can help me out a bit. We are running Exchange 2K SP1 with a mix of Outlook 98, Outlook 2K, and Outlook 2002 on the desktops.

I went into Exchange Admin and created a new Organization Form under EForms Registry and gave myself full rights to this folder. I want all users to be able to use the forms that I will be creating, so it will basically  be an Organizational Forms Library.

However, when I try to publish a form from my desktop using Publish As, I don't have this folder I created as an option. I can only see my local email folders and Personal Forms Library.

Can someone please tell me what I am doing wrong? I am missing a step but I can't seem to find it. Thanks!

Question by:bricke

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MFay, I wasn't getting a MAPI error.

Apparently I all needed to do was go to Manage Forms under my Outlook and copy them from my personal forms to the Organizational Folder I had created. The options were buried pretty good which is why I had never noticed them before. Thanks!

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Have you checked the permissions of the folder.  Do the clients have permission to post and make changes to the folder?
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