Exchange 2003 / Public folders / give access to a user for all public folders at once : HOW ?

Exchange 2003 / Public Folders / Access right
Hello I have a new user who need to have full access to all public folders.
I I see the current configuration It seems I have to go into each folder and set the new permission. There are hundreds of them so this is not a solution.
Anybody has a solution to give access to all public folders to a user at once ?

Thanks.
gblictAsked:
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SembeeCommented:
If you are using Exchange 2003 then the wizard allows you to push changes down after setting them at the top level.
However this a classic example if why giving permissions to groups rather than users is more efficient as it makes adding and removing users much easier.

Simon.
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gblictAuthor Commented:
I aggree totaly on this.
However I have not seen groups in the screen where you choose the users ....
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