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    Public folders permissions

    Does anyone know how to give permissions to a folder on public folders that has sub folders through power shell, the server is exchange 2007

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    Have you read this Configuring Public Folder Permissions at Technet?

    Joe

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    I did have a look at the link below, but I still cannot figure out the code to give a user publishing Editor permissions to a folder that contains over 100 subfolders, any ideas?. For Instance I want to give permissions to John Smith as a Publishing Editor on:Public Folders->All Public Folders->TheStarPartnership->First Impressions Forms . The First Impressions Forms contains over 100 folders so I want to give John Permissions to First Impressions forms folder+ subfolders. Any ideas

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    You can pipe output from one Powershell command into another. Use the Exchange Management Shell and examine the Get-Public* cmdlets to retrieve information and the Set-Public* cmdlets to change the permissions. See help Get-PublicFolder as a starting point.

    I can't be more specific because we don't use public folders anymore so it difficult to test these cmdlets.

    Joe

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