Exchange 2007 SP1 want public folder accessible to only those users whom I select

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I have installed Exchange 2007 SP1 . Mail are working fine . Now I want to create multiple public folder . I created a public folder from Toolbox . And I have made this folder mail enable .But this public folder is accessible to all the users on this exchange server . What I want is that this public folder should be accessible to only those users whom I select . And other should not be able to see this public folder . But I am not able to find any option to do so .

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You can do this using your outlook client. Go to the properties of the public folder and set the default permissions to none. You can also set the defualt so that the folder visible option is unchecked. Then it will not even be visible to those who do not have permissions to it. Add in the users you want to have access.
This can also be done using the PFDAVAdmin tool. Download version 2.8. dotnetframework 1.1 is required and you install it on your pc, not the exchange server.

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