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task list in exchange 2007 public folder

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I need to make two task lists.
one that is available to everyone in the company. and if possible everyone can add and modify tasks.
I then need one task list that is available only to the 4 management people.  these 4 people can only access it and add and modify
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It's quite easy. Most of the time only administrative accounts have the rights to create folders at the top of the public folders stucture. So logon to a system with Outlook as an administrator. Got to the public folders. Navigate to the correct location right click and name the new folder. Be sure to specify the Task List for the type. Do this again for the second folder. Next you need to assign the proper rights. Right click on the new folder, choose properties. Now set the necessary rights for each folder on the permissions tab. Once you have set the rights desired you can test from another system or user logon. Also you may want create, if you don't already have one, for your management users. This way it will be easier to add them to the management group instead of having to add them via Outlook each time.
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