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    Exchange Public Folders - Change permissions

    All our users seem to have the ability to create folders, put items in those folders. This includes pupils and as we never use these folders some staff have took the word public to mean private.

    I have been searching all morning but unable to find out how to set the permissions in Exchange 2010 for the public folders.

    Can anyone help?

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    Hi I guess so, but we do not have SP1 installed and we wont be able to have the downtime until half term and the issue needs to be resolved pretty soon.

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