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  From the December 2015 Issue of Prestwood eMag
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Share Contacts in Exchange Server 2003
Posted 12 years ago on 7/19/2009
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What is the best way to share addresses in Exchange Server 2003?


Create a Contacts folder in Public Folders.  All a user will need to do is browse to the Public Folders section, go to properties, and check the box under Outlook Address Book tab.

Public folders have inverse permissions from individual Mailboxes.  A mailbox has initial permissions granting access only to its owner.  The owner may elect to open up permissions, allowing others to see various folders within his mailbox.   Public folders are born with full access granted to everyone.  The creator of the public folder can then tighten down access permissions as appropriate.


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