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Granting users the ability to create subfolders in a shared mailbox

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Exchange 2007 SP1 / Outlook 2007 SP2

I have granted 4 users "Full mailbox access" rights on a shared mailbox. They can add it to outlook and expand the mailbox. They cannot create subfolders in it though.

Is this by default? How can they be granted rights to create folders in the inbox?
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by default full mailbox access allows you to do anything within the mailbox

what error are they getting when they attempt to create the folder?
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Can you ask them to test this through OWA ?
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Tested via OWA  and found OK. Outlook profile issue.
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@endital.

Hey - are we even, or do I still owe you one :-)
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