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give a user permission to create shared address books in exchange 2003

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How do I give a user permission to create shared address books in exchange 2003
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by:The_Dark1
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Are you trying to share the one users contacts with everyone?

Or are you trying to create a "Company Address Book" Style Share?
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by:Wibble_
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Company address book style.

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Malli Boppe earned 500 total points
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Create a public folder and set the user permissions so that he can create comapny address book which every one can use.
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by:Wibble_
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that makes sense. I'll try it in 12 hours or so when I'm back at work
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by:Wibble_
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tyvm
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