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Why my "change sharing permissions" is disabled in right clicking the Public folder ?

Posted on 2011-03-06
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Hi,

I'd like to know why my public folder not allowing me to change the permission from my Outlook 2007, when I right click on it I get "change sharing permissions" disabled ?

I'm already in the domain admin account and able to make the changes in all of the exchange server 2007 SP1 but not this one ?
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I know that when in managing the public folder it must be done through the Email client not in the PFMC - http://help.asu.edu/node/1771
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Just because you connected as a domain admin doesn't mean you have the ability to change the public folder permissions from Outlook.

Check your user account permissions on that public folder.
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yes, I'm not the owner of that directory :-)

I've asked the owner to do it by themselves.
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