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Giving users rights to create public folders at the root

I have an exchange 2007 server with public folders configured.  When I right click on the folder I cannot assign rights to users.  If I create a sub-folder I can assign author rights to the folder which allows the users to create rights below that folder.  I would like them to have rights to the root.  When I choose the allemployees group it does not work.  If I put all the users in individually then when a user creates a sub-folder all the individual user inherit rights to their subfolder.  What I am trying to do:  Somehow give every user rights to create their own folders at the root and also see other folders they have rights to.  Is there a wildcard that will give these rights for all current users and future users as well?  Can I somehow use the AD user group domain_users?
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JLazore
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JLazore
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gupnitCommented:
Hi
I had answered this earlier, see if it helps
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_23539134.html 
Thanks
Nitin
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