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Shared folders exchange 2003

Posted on 2003-12-11
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Hi,

How can I share folders in my mailbox with other users withiut dragging them to the public folders and have them configured for permissions ?
I'm using Outlook 2000 & 2002

Thanks,

DNeeBrkr
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by:peter_fleur
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First of all you have to give permissions on the root folder of your mailbox. This will have the name of Outlook Today or something in your own language. Richtclick on it and select properties. Click on the tab Permissions. Give the right permissions on the users. You now gave rights to see your root folder. Know go to the folder you want to share with other users. For example Calender. Rightclick on it and go to the permissions tab. Give the right permissions to the users.

On the other users side: In Outlook: Click Tools -> Services -> Microsoft Exchange Server -> 2nd Tab (Advanced) and Add mailbox.. Add the mailbox of the user you want to see the Calendar from. Click OK -> Ok -> Ok
The mailbox will now show in you folderlist of Outlook.

Hope this will help you.

Peter
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On Active Directory User & Computers:
Double Click a user to open its properties window -> Exchange Advanced Tab -> mailbox rights - > Add a user and set its permissions.
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