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Posted on 2009-05-10
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I have imported 2003 public folders into the administrator account onExchange 2007 public folders and can see them, but the std user does not have access to them?
The question is, how do I add permissions for the users to see the public folders?
Thank you.
Rod
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Hi,
You will need to ensure that the client permissions are set to publishing editor or some such role for the group or person you want to view the folder.
I am not sure what you mean by "The Administrator account on Exchange 2007" I guess you mean that you are the only person who can view them at present.
As soon as you set the permissions they will be viewable by outlook by other users.
Steve
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Hi Steve,
Thank you for getting back to me, I will give that a try first thing in the morning and get back to you.
Thanks again, bye for now,
Rod..
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