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Contacts being added as private when added by a delegate

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We have an admin who needs to add/modify/delete contacts in a Director's contact folder.  The Director has given the admin Publishing Editor rights to her contacts folder and if the Director is NOT running outlook, everthing works as expected.  If the Director is in Outlook, any contacts the admin adds are marked private, and she cannot see them after adding them.  She is not marking the private check and I could not find any options that would cause this behavior.

Does anyone have an idea of what is happening and how to fix the problem?
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I found the answer.  It has to do with the actions of the Small Business Contact Manager.  For further information reference MS Q241846.

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