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Exchange 2007 Public Contacts and Calendar

I've found this post http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_22714879.html?sfQueryTermInfo=1+2007+contact+exchang+public


I need to be able to do the following:

-Have "public" or "shared" or whatever you want to call it Contacts.
-Have endusers with absolutely no administration experience be able to add, delete or edit these contacts from Outlook.
-Have a public or shared Calendar as well.
-Have endusers with no administration experience be able to add, delete or edit Calendar events.

POSSIBLY have all of this work through OWA as well?


Ideas? Exchange 2007 really confuses me with this . . .
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mikainzCommented:
These public folders should work in Exchange Server 2007 SP 1 via fat client outlook as well as owa
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calltmsAuthor Commented:
Ok, well when I click "Public Folders" and try to make a new one it says the END USER doesn't have access . . .
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mikainzCommented:
By default only the administrator has the right to create a top level public folder in Exchange 2007.
So you as the administrator of the server have to build up the top level of you public folder hierarchy via the public folder management console.
You can find this tool in your exchange management console under the section Toolbox.
hth
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calltmsAuthor Commented:
Right, so the administrator creates the top folder and then users can build from that folder?
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mikainzCommented:
Yes, that's it.
I think this is useful, as you as an administrator can control the top level .
Otherwise there would be a hopeless chaos.
hth

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