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Exchange 2010 Public Folder Issue

Posted on 2014-09-11
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     I have a client that has a strange Exchange 2010 Public Folder Issue.  They currently have Public Folders that all users can see and expand.  However there is one folder that only some users can see and expand.  The rest of the users don't even see it.  Well there is a calendar in this folder that they would like other users to be able to see.  In the Exchange EMC I see the folder and the calendar under it.  Using the Manage Settings I gave the users they would like access to the calendar.  However in Outlook or OWA they never see that top level folder.  Not sure if that folder is hidden or how the other users can see it.  How can i have users see that folder so they can expand and view the calendar?  Any help is appreciated.
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by:Tim Edwards
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With the user that can see the folder, have him for the security on it. I am guessing that everything has been deleted accept for his account. If he is the owner put back default and anonymous
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It's pretty strange.  Changes I make on the Exchange EMC weren't showing up if one of our admins who can see the security settings in Outlook views them.  If he adds me as a owner in Outlook I have full control and can add users in Outlook and those users can now see the folder.  But I don't see the changes when I go to the EMC and open up the Permissions on the folder.
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Are you the full exchange administrator? If not and your organization has Role Based Access implemented very your access to Public folders
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