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how to change permissions to inbox subfolders

Posted on 2007-11-26
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My company has a client who has a larger number of subfolders withing her inbox, which also have subfolders as well; Each of these lowest level folders has a large number of emails in them.

However she wants to now give access to all these folders to other people in the company but seemingly unless each folder has its permissions changed then others cant see them.

Is there a way to give delegate rights at the root folder level which then automatically propogate down through the other folders?

We dont want to change all the permissions indiviually then find someone else needs access as well.

We were looking to give accesss to a number of people if possible based on a distibution list type principle.

Is this possible?
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Question by:matt031727
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Are you on an exchange?
If yes then all the folders have to be on the server mailbox not Pst to do this.
In ADUC give the users mailbox rights with this they will be able to see the mailbox and the Folders withing them.
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