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Exchange Public Folder Permissions

Posted on 2008-06-20
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How do I deny a user (or group thereof) the ability to delete an exchange public folder, while maintaining the ability to manage (read, rename, delete) the items within it?

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Open Exchange System Manager and go to the Folders folder and then the Public Folders folder. Right click the Public Folder you want to edit and click properties. Click on the Permissions tab and then click the client permissions button. Click on the user or group to select it.

Change the role to "Publishing Editor." This will give them the right to create items, read items, create subfolders, edit all items, and delete all items. It doesn't give them the right to delete the actual public folder because they are not the Folder owner.
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