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    Greensleeves (2007)

    Ok, not the most descriptive subject title, I apologise. It's only a little thing, but it's beginning to bug me - some of my Outlook folder icons have little hands with green sleeves against them, and others don't (see screenshot below/attached). I have no idea what the difference in icons is supposed to signify - can anyone help?
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    Re: Greensleeves (2007)

    You're on Exchange Server, I assume? It means that the folder was created in Outlook 2007 and can be shared.

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    Re: Greensleeves (2007)

    I see! Thanks Hans, that makes perfect sense - the ones without the hand are those I created before I upgraded to 2007. (Yes, I'm on Exchange Server).
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    Re: Greensleeves (2007)

    I think it means not only that is it sharable but that the Permissions have been changed so the folder is visible to others. If you right click a folder and select 'change share permissions' you can change various settings and see the effects on the folder icon. NOTE: be sure to keep track of what the initial settings are for the user you've selected.

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