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how to map the shared folders in outlook 2007/exchange server 2007

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how to map the shared folder/files to outlook 2007 by using the exchange server 2007.I.e i want share the common file to some users with diffrent permisssions with out file server access. user must access his shared filed through outlook,is it possible or not.
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You can have access to file servers (once it is configured) in OWA.
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how to configure the file server through owa
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Go to EMC -> Server Config -> Client Access -> OWA -> properties. Configure the public, private and file server tabs.

http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2009/04/30/451235.aspx

Rajith.
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