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    Public Folder

    When I create a public folder, I see myself as the Owner along with Default and Anonymous. I understand that everyone for whom I don

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    Re: Public Folder

    I wondered that, too, and I haven't gone and bought myself an Exchange book (yet!). I thought it might relate to intranet usage, since typically the web server is an anonymous user. But Outlook Web Access demands individual user credentials, so whatever it is, I think it doesn't have a whole lot of relevance...

    My biggest annoyance is that I can't just add my whole department (an Active Directory security group) in one step. I can add the distribution list, but it doesn't have any effect; I have to add each person individually and give them the non-default privileges. Quite annoying.

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    Re: Public Folder

    Thaks for the reply. Good to know that other people find it odd too!

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