Assigning permissions to subfolders within a mailbox

Hi everyone

I have a user within a Exchnage 2003 environment whom would like to share a subfolder, and its subfolders, with another user within the same environment. The folder and its subfolders live within the mailbox, and only wishes to Publishing Editor permissions for these folders, not at the the top level or Inbox.

I have granted folder visible permissions at the top level and for the Inbox, and granted Publishing Editor rights at the intial subfolder. However, is there any way in which I can get the subfolders (LOTS of them) to inherit the permissions of its parent folder without doing them all manually?
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Matthew MillersCommented:
I beleive that you can use PFDAVADMIN to modify mailboxes as well, this may be able to propogate the permissions through the mailboxes subfolders.

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Malli BoppeCommented:
I think its not possible to do this.
Only solution I think is to create public folders.
Forced accept.

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