Public Folder Contact Sub-Folders

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Exchange 2007
Outlook 2007
Public folder permissions
Windows Server 2003
Hi All, I have Exchange 2007 and we are using Public Folders to post our Internal Phone List. we have one folder with all the contacts in it, and sub folders beneath this split into departments, is there a way to get the sub folders to pull filtered information from the parent folder - e.g. if the Department Field = "IT" then it will show in the "IT" subfolder and the parent folder but no others? allowing any change made in the top level to be filtered to the subfolders too!! Thanks

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Exchange 2007, Outlook 2003, Server 2003
ASKED: August 17, 2009  10:53 AM
UPDATED: August 17, 2009  5:50 PM

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    Unfortunately I do not believe public folders are designed to function in this way, sorry!
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