Cannot access Outlook folder from another PC in Windows SBS 2003

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Microsoft Outlook
Outlook
Public folders
SBS 2003
Shared folders
Windows Small Business Server
I have Windows Small Business Server 2003 (SBS 2003) and Microsoft Outlook. I want to share a folder I created called "recruitment calendar" under public folders. I created the public folder calendar and it, but I can’t access it from another PC in the network. What am I doing wrong?
ASKED: February 8, 2008  9:52 PM
UPDATED: February 12, 2008  6:39 PM

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Sounds like a permissions issue.

I would start with one particular user on one machine.
Check the permissions of the machine and the user to make sure they have the rights needed to get to the public folder.

***buddy***
first question is, when trying to access it from the second pc are you using the same account that created it? if not, login as that account to see if you can. if you can then with that account right click the calendar, go to properties, then permissions. default should be REVIEWER if you want everyone to see it but not be able to edit it. if that works but you want them to have more than view go to the following link for more info on each permission:

<a href=”http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HP052422871033.aspx”>http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HP052422871033.aspx</a>

***/buddy***

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