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    Hi,

    I have an Exchange 2007 server and i am about to install a piece of software that includes creating a public folder. Currently i am trying to install SP1 as i dont think i have it installed but everytime i try to install it, it says please select one or more roles but everything is greyed out.

    So i think i already have it installed.

    When i try to create a public folder it says i have no permissions to do this.

    I have gone into the public folder console created a public folder through there and tried to set the permissions but cannot find where the security/access rights are located.


    Hope you can assist me


    Faza

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    I have added myself to the Exchange Public Folder administrators group.



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