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Hi All,

How do I allow normal users to mail-enable public folders within Outlook? We have created the public folders in Exchange 2010, and can mail-enable the public folders, but if users want to be able to do this themselves, how do we configure this?

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I dont think they will be able to since mail enabling requires the Exchange management console or shell. This functionality to mail enable through outlook is not available.
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Cannot be done. There is no interface in Outlook to do this. They would need additional permissions in Exchange to establish the email address and other settings.

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