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Set bulk user permissions on Exchange 2010 Public Folders

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I have setup a SBS2011 machine and I manually copied a bunch of public folders from my old SBS2003 to the new public folder database. Now I have to set the user permissions on these public folders.

Is there a way to set the permissions all at once? There are a lot of folders, and its too much work setting permissions one by one.

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This wizzard allows me to set permissions on the public folders, and it gives me the option to inherit the permissions to subfolders.

Exactly what I was looking for!
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