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Creating Views in Public Folders

Posted on 2011-03-04
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I made a user an owner of a public folder to create a view that just they can see. When we try and save it - it comes back as - Outlook cannot correctly save the view. Changes may be lost.
Any thoughts? Permissions - they are owner?
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by:David Lee
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Hi, mazucker100.

What version of Outlook and what version of Exchange?  Is Outlook in cached mode?
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I had to run outlook.exe /clear views - or something like that
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fine
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partial as I don't remember the exact command
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