Sharing a forlder in Outlook 2003


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Patricio

Hello all
I shared the Inbox folder, but it's possible to share a subfolder?
I saw that I can assign permission in the sub-folder's level, so it's
possible to assign the Review profile to the Accounting (subfolder)?

Thanks a lot for your help
(Outlook 2003 and Exchange Server).
 
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Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]

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Patricio said:
Hello all
I shared the Inbox folder, but it's possible to share a subfolder?
I saw that I can assign permission in the sub-folder's level, so it's
possible to assign the Review profile to the Accounting (subfolder)?

Thanks a lot for your help
(Outlook 2003 and Exchange Server).

To see any folders other than the defaults you see in file | open | other
user's folders, you'll need to grant the delegate at least 'reviewer' rights
to the root of the other mailbox in Outlook. Then in the delegate's Outlook,
go to the properties of the Exchange server service, advanced tab, and add
the other mailbox there - it will now show up in their folder list.
 
P

Patricio

Thanks

"Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]"
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To see any folders other than the defaults you see in file | open | other
user's folders, you'll need to grant the delegate at least 'reviewer'
rights to the root of the other mailbox in Outlook. Then in the delegate's
Outlook, go to the properties of the Exchange server service, advanced
tab, and add the other mailbox there - it will now show up in their folder
list.
 
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Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]

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Patricio said:

You're very welcome.
"Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]"
In

To see any folders other than the defaults you see in file | open |
other user's folders, you'll need to grant the delegate at least
'reviewer' rights to the root of the other mailbox in Outlook. Then
in the delegate's Outlook, go to the properties of the Exchange
server service, advanced tab, and add the other mailbox there - it
will now show up in their folder list.
 

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