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How do you change Public Folder Conflict Message recipients?

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Hi. How do I change the recipient list when a public folder conflict occurs?

I have Exchange 2003 with public folders set up. The previous Exchange admin set up the public folders so that when two users try to change the same item, an email message is sent to them. However, in addition, the email message is sent to several other people who were apparently added manually to receive these messages. How do I change that list of reciepients who receive the conflict message? Thanks.
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i believe it notifies whoever is an owner
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