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Posted on 2004-08-31
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I am running a Windows 2003 Server for Small Business Server with Exchange 2003.  We have several Public Folders setup for data sharing, but one of my staff members cannont view the Public Folders.

What would cause this, and how can I fix it so he can see them?

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Can other users access the public folders? Did you configure the security settings to allow access for the user?

Use an administrative account > Open Outlook > Navigate to the Public Folder > Right click and select properties > Verify the permissions are correct on the Permissions tab.

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