We have just installed Exchange 2010 for one of my clients. I see the following in Outlook:
- "username" - Public Folders
- Default Public Folders
- System Public Folders
In the Public Folder Managerment Console, under System Public Folders, I created a contact folder under Offline Address Book and a Calendar under Schedule+ Free Busy, these cannot be seen by the users.
If I try to create a folder in a user's Outlook, whether I am under Default or System, I get an error message regarding the user not having the appropriate permissions. I set the permissions on Schedule+ Free Busy with all the users being Publishing Editors
I also tried to create a "test" folder under Default Public Folders, the users can see this one, however, It is an email folder and I require a calendar folder and cannot see where I can set the permissions for this folder, so the users cannot use it.
The best solution would be for the users to be able to have the ability to create and manage their own folders directly from Outlook.
Any help would be greatly appreciated