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    Public Folders on Exchange 2007(SP1)

    Is there a quick way to give users read / write (publisher editor) access to public folders? I can log in through Microsoft Outlook and give permissions to users that way, but it is time consuming as you have to go into each folder to give permissions. (I guess it can be done through power shell, but I don't know how to do it)

    Many thanks,

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    Re: Public Folders on Exchange 2007(SP1)

    I have in the back of my mind that I did this via (Exchange) System Manager on Exchange Server 2003, but I may be wrong and it may no longer apply in Exchange 2007...
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    Re: Public Folders on Exchange 2007(SP1)

    You need to use the Exchange Management Shell. See this Technet item - Configuring Public Folder Permissions and the others in its structure.

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