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Public folder in Exchange 2013 not letting me create sub folders even though permissions were assigned

Posted on 2014-04-22
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Is this a propagation issue, where some sort of administrative delay is involved before the permissions are implemented?  Something else to troubleshoot? Exchange 2013 makes assigning permissions very straightfoward, so I'm fairly certain that's done properly.  

If there is a delay, is there a way to force the changes to happen?
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It possibly depends.
If you give a user permissions, it should work immediately, at least after a folder refresh.
If you have several severs, which hosts public foilders, yes there is the common replication delay what can be up to 15 minutes, or even more there is a lot of snyc traffic. So it depends, to which store the client is connected (check with CTRL - right mouse onto the outlook tray icon).
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