Posted on 2009-04-20
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
User wants to share her sent items folder with another user. They are using MS Office 2002 SP3, I have tried to just share via right click, properties, permissions and give full permissions but I can't see it from the other side.
Question by:Newbie0000
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    OK, I was able to do this. Made the user_1 a delegate and had them add User_2's mailbox by going to Control Panel > Mail > Email Account > More Settings > Advanced tab and add User_2. The mailbox then appears in User_1's Outlook folder list.

    User_2 then right clicked on Sent items > Properties > Permissions and gave User_1 Editor permissions and selected Make Visiable checkbox, it now appears in Outlook folder list with the inbox.

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