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How can i use security groups in pfdavadmin?

Posted on 2008-06-12
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Hello,
i want to give permissions to public folders based on membership of some security groups.
The problem is that i can't selected any security group, when browsing with pfdavadmin.

Exchange 2003 Sp2
PFDAVadmin 2.8
DONET 2.0
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Security groups can only be used on public folders if the groups are mail enabled
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