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Outlook and user defined fields

Posted on 2014-03-03
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we run exchange 2010 and our clients are running Outlook 2007. In the public folder, we have created a couple of shared Task folders. Logged in as the administrator, we have given the appropriate permissions, created a new list called HF and defined the views for it. I then give the permissions to the rest of the users which are Editor permission. When I log in as a test user, I can access the HF Task but I don't see the custom defined view for it. I'm not sure how to get that to show up for everyone.
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Views are not stored in the Public Folder. They are stored in Outlook or a user's Exchange mailbox. You would need to export the view and import it on the viewers' computers for them to have it. There should be a group policy option for importing views without having to do it manually, though.
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