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Access permission to shared sub-folder in outlook

Posted on 2013-12-03
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Hello,
If I block a user's access in the root folder (parent folder) in shared folder in OUTLOOK, would he still have access to the sub folder (under that parent folder)?
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If they don't specifically have permissions to that sub-folder, then no. BUT if they do, then I believe they can still access it.
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