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Sharing Inbox Subfolder Only in Outlook 2003 on Exchange Server

Posted on 2011-02-16
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User A wants User B to be able to see one specific subfolder under the Inbox.  I cannot figure out how to accomplish this without also giving User B view access to User A's main Inbox.  Is there a way to do this?
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That I have seen ... no you can't.  You have to have permissions on all parent folders to allow them to see the subfolder.  They need at least reviewer permissions on the parent folders and then whatever permissions required for the actual folder that is to be shared.
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