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Permission error on Exchange 2003

Posted on 2005-03-02
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Last Modified: 2010-04-10
A user is trying to add an appointment to a Calendar item under Public Folders/All Public Folders in Microsoft Outlook 2003 but is getting a permission error for this Microsoft Exchange System object on an Exchange 2003 server.  Where can you give permissions for a user to this item?  
Question by:regsamp
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Go into System Manager, then open Administrative Groups, open your organization, open folders, expand the public folders, click the folder you want to change permissions on, right-click and choose properties. Choose the permission tab and then client permissions. You can add the user and give them the rights you want.

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