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Exchange 2007 Contact Record Field Permissions

Posted on 2009-05-07
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We have a shared public folder which contains about 6,000 contacts.  What I would like to do is to setup three access groups for this folder:

Group A  Read only access to all contact records but NO access (read or write) to the Notes: field of each contact record.

Group B  Read only access to all contact records WITH read only access to the Notes: field of each contact record.

Group C  Read & Write access to all contact records including the notes field.

I know we can do Group B & C quite simply.  Is Group A possible?  If so, how do I set permissions on a specific contact record field for both existing & new contacts in Exchange 2007?
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I guess I should also add:  We are running Windows XP Professional SP3 workstations with Outlook 2007 SP2 on them.
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It is not possible to restrict access to part of the object. You can only set the permissions at the folder level, which reflect on the entire object.

Simon.
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That's disappointing to hear but I guess that's the solution!  Thanks!
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