Sharing Sub Contacts


L

Lynn

User A would like to share a set of contacts with User B that is separate
from her main Contact folder. Below is the procedure that I followed but User
B still does not see User A's contacts. What am I doing wroing?

User A:
1) Create a new Contact folder & move/create the required contacts in the
new folder
2) Right-click the new Contact folder & select Sharing
3) Add User B & assign Reviewer permission
4) Right-click the Mailbox & select Sharing
5) Add User B & assign Folder visible permission

User B:
Add User A’s Mailbox into their view:
Tools > Email Accounts > View or change existing e-mail accounts > Change >
More Settings > Advanced > Add
 
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L

Lynn

Thanks Diane - I made the main Contacts folder visiible & now it works.

Diane Poremsky said:
If the contacts folder is a subfolder, the folder it is in also needs to
have folder visible (or better) permissions.

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Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



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Lynn said:
User A would like to share a set of contacts with User B that is separate
from her main Contact folder. Below is the procedure that I followed but
User
B still does not see User A's contacts. What am I doing wroing?

User A:
1) Create a new Contact folder & move/create the required contacts in the
new folder
2) Right-click the new Contact folder & select Sharing
3) Add User B & assign Reviewer permission
4) Right-click the Mailbox & select Sharing
5) Add User B & assign Folder visible permission

User B:
Add User A’s Mailbox into their view:
Tools > Email Accounts > View or change existing e-mail accounts > Change
More Settings > Advanced > Add
 

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