We have a team in our company that gets a ton of use out of public folders. We have setup email rules in outlook to send certain messages automagically into these folders. Well every so often one of these friendly folks with awesome people skills drags these folders to another folder thus breaking the setup for everyone. The rules break, the access breaks. Because of the way permissions work it seems we can't give them just rights to put stuff in and out of the folders. They end up with permissions to move and thus break things as well.
Might a later version of Exchange like 2012 have a means of solving this? Are there other approaches to public "foldering" that would allow me to save the users from themselves? Whenever they mess things up it's a five alarm fire drill and finger pointing. Anyone have an idea for improving this?