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Sharing Contacts problem

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I have 2 users, USER 1, that shares their contacts with USER 2. USER 2 is owner in the permissions of USER 1 contacts. USER 2 adds contacts for USER 1. When USER 1 adds some contacts on their own, USER 2 can't view the new contacts. Why is this happening. I even gave myself rights to view USER 1 contacts and I can't see the new adds either. If you have any idea's please let me know. OH, Exchange 2000 server and Outlook 2000 / XP / 2003.

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make sure user1 does not mark the contact items as private.Also if u
use delegate option ur outlook u can check that box to allow delegates to see ur private items.
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