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Unable to modify permissions on outlook public folders.

Posted on 2009-04-03
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I'm having a problem trying to modify permissions on public folders
on a server. I get the following error every time we try to just
right click on the folder. An example is the News list folder on
the server.
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Question by:alcoahd
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are you able to modify the permissions via outlook?
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Open Outlook as Administrator, go into public folders, right mouse click on the public folder and click on properties.  Then click on the permissions and see if you can change it there.  Good luck, Rob.
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