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I have taken over an account with Exchange 2010. They have a Shared Contacts folder that seems not to be a personal or global contacts list, but is shared. I created a new Exchange user, I think I have given all the permissions I should. The can access the folder thru the Address Book in Outlook, but cannot make it a Contacts folder so it would show up in the Contacts list. Also, can't get the "autofil" function to stick. If I create an email with a bunch of folks in it, then kill it, those names will autofil until I log out, then they go away. How can I make them "stick"? Tried opening Outlook with "Run As Administrator" but didn't help.

Thanks. Fairly urgent as temp staff will need to use tomorrow morning.

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Shared Contacts should be done as a Public Folder, not as an additional user account
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