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Access Public Folder Mailbox

Posted on 2013-10-24
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Hello All,

I have created a public folder and made it into a shared Calendar.  I then Mail-Enabled the Calendar so that users can invite it to meetings.

My question is, how do I gain access to this public folder mailbox just to monitor the inbox every so often and clear out any junks..
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Will Szymkowski earned 500 total points
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All you need access to is the public folder. Mail gets delivered to the public folder not a mailbox. You need to have atleast publishing editor rights on the public folder which will allow you to remove items. If you have Owner permissions you can also grant and remove access to the public folder as well.

Will.
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Great, thanks will.
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