Giving user permissions to set-up public folders

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Paul-B

Hi all.

I've had a good look through the previous posts, but can't find an

answer to my problem.

First, setup is Microsoft Server 2008 Standard, Exchange 2007. SP1 is

applied. The workstations are all Windows XP running Outlook 2007.

I need to set up two users to be able to create public folders from

their PC's using Outlook. The problem they have is that when they try

to create the folders they are told they do not have the correct

permissions to be able to shere the folders.

I can't find any way of giving them permissions from the server. Any

help appreciated.

TIA

Paul-B
 
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Rich Matheisen [MVP]

On 21 Oct 2009 09:58:03 GMT, "Paul-B" <paul@rasf1.net> wrote:


> Hi all.

> I've had a good look through the previous posts, but can't find an
> answer to my problem.

> First, setup is Microsoft Server 2008 Standard, Exchange 2007. SP1 is
> applied. The workstations are all Windows XP running Outlook 2007.

> I need to set up two users to be able to create public folders from
> their PC's using Outlook. The problem they have is that when they try
> to create the folders they are told they do not have the correct
> permissions to be able to shere the folders.

> I can't find any way of giving them permissions from the server. Any
> help appreciated.


Your Public Folder Administrators have that permission. Either add

those folks as Public Folder Administrators or (preferably) add them

to the Exchange Public Folder Administrators group.

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Rich Matheisen

 
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