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Hosted E2k3 -- Public Folders

Posted on 2004-04-09
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Folks,

Assuming that I wanted to startup an E2k3 hosted email service, how do I limit/restrict access to public folders?

The GAL is covered.  That I'm not too worried about --

But is PF admin as easy as a "don't show" (via ACL) .. or is something else required?  

Comments are *MOST* welcome.

Thanks!

-- Scott.

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