Sharing Flagged Items in Exchange 2007

Hi There,

User A has given User B full access to their mailbox. User A would like that when he flags emails as follow up that User B will see this in their Outlook favourites as well as their own emailed that are flagged.

User B has full access to User A's mailbox.

They are both on exchange 2007 and use Outllook 2010.

It is possible for user B is view the item when they go into User A inbox but she wants to be able to see all User A's flagged emails in her favourites section alongside her own.

Thx
ANScrewAsked:
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apache09Commented:
"There is no solutions to this. There is no way of sharing flagged items as they are profile related. "

Pretty sure I already indicated that:

"in Outlook 2007 and earlier I think Things such as Flags, Categories, and Color Coding was set per individual profile
Meaning you could not see these marking if viewing a shared mailbox."
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apache09Commented:
in Outlook 2007 and earlier I think Things such as Flags, Categories, and Color Coding was set per individual profile
Meaning you could not see these marking if viewing a shared mailbox.

However, in 2010, it handles multiple exchange account with full fedelity.
I have not tried this myself, but i would guess if you actaully add the shared Mailbox as an additional exchange account, you should be able to see the views (Flags) setup in the other user mailbox
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ANScrewAuthor Commented:
There is no solutions to this. There is no way of sharing flagged items as they are profile related.
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ANScrewAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for ANScrew's comment http:/Q_27501684.html#37500196

for the following reason:

MS office 2007/2010 have no ability of sharing the flagged items. They are profile/user realted.
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ANScrewAuthor Commented:
yes you are absolutetly right. you have indicated this already :) thanks
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apache09Commented:
SO my question is why the B Grade?
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