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how do you change public folder permission in outlook 07

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How do you change public folder permission in outlook 07
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You can find good explanation hear(its more that you asking for):
 http://it-help.bathspa.ac.uk/emailfaq/outlook_email_pf-s.html
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Hi mayfran-it.
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Hoodlum_1978

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