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Outlook 2007 rules and Exchange 2007 creating new folders

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Is there a way i can limited users setting up rules on Outlook 2007.  

If we create new folders on the exchange box  can users rename them

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Out of the box, Nope.
The users will have the full control over their mailbox and their inbox-rules.

Just in case...if you still need to seed some rules and then take-away the options of editing.
a) you should seed some rules @ the Inbox
b) Using TCID you can plan to gray-out the Rules Menu,Wizards
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