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Follow-up Flags for public folders

Posted on 2011-02-15
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I have set up a mail enabled public folder called queries.
Everyone from the ditribution group "finance" needs access to this folder, to be able to reply to emails incoming to it and be able to flag items in the folder.

Members of that group can view the folder and its contents, but cannot flag items in there.

How do I change this setting for everyone in that distribution group.

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Hi,

The setting for "Drag/Drop is a:" Forward.  Try changing the permissions to Move/Copy.
Go to the properties of the Public Folder in Outlook, click the Administration tab, then change to Move/Copy

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