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exchange, public folders

Posted on 2016-10-27
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I need to create public folders that only certain users can access/see?

I have exchange 2007  and having exchange 2003 public folders
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by:Spencer Scherer
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This thread is a good resource on how to resolve this issue.  Let me know if you have any questions in regards to how to get it completed, thanks!

https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/83141-how-do-i-change-public-folder-permissions-using-exchange-2007
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by:pramod1
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is it same if we create calendar
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by:Spencer Scherer
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Yessir.  Calendar permissions can also be set from outlook by the owner as well.
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by:pramod1
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my question is should I set calendar same like pf
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how can we set through outlook
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Rather than type out all the directions, this link should show you everything you need.  If it doesn't answer your questions or you have additional questions afterwards let me know.

http://kb.mcgill.ca/?portalid=2&articleid=1146#tab:homeTab:crumb:8:artId:1146:src:article
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