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Exchange 2000: Public folders & Mass permissions Changing

Posted on 2006-06-29
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Exchange 2000 Enterprise & Public Folders

I have recently had to add a recently left users data to the public folders and i have found that no one can see the data except the users name from which i copied that data from.

Is there a quicker way than right clicking each object and entering the properties and modifying the permissions as this will be a very long preocess as there are 100's of folders. Is there an automated way to get this done?

Thanks

CyberIDentity
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Check these out but be carefull with making mass changes to PF data as you could cause a replication storm of public folder information in a large environment.

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=287110

http://www.msexchange.org/ExchangeNews/November-2005-Public-Folder-DAV-Based-Administration-Tool.html
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I downloaded this tool and it worked just the way i needed it to, Saved the day.

Thanks mass2612

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