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Cannot move posts between public folders

Posted on 2008-10-08
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I have a user not able to perform a certain function. As I look at the permissions, the user has owner permissions on both the Folder A and the Folder B. The user is simply trying to move a post from the Folder A folder to the Folder B Folder. The user has done this for several years without issues, but now when the user tries, the user receives the attached error message. Again, the user has OWNER permissions on both folders. We tried the move on both Outlook 2003 and 2007 with the same results.
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Try going to destination public folder properties, click the Administration Tab, change "Drag/Drop posting is a" setting from "Forward" to "Move/Copy".
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