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  • I need to reply to emails from my public folders

    My company uses Exchange & Outlook 2007.  For the sake of this scenario, my company has a public folder named orders@abc.com.  Two users John Doe, and Jane Smith access the orders folder.  EX. John Doe logs in first and  replies to the email.  The email has John Doe's email address in the...

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  • Create a shortcut to a Public Folder in Outlook 2007

    I have created a public contact folder for the whole organization. However; the boss does not want to travel all the way down to the public folders to find the  Business Contact folder. How can I create a shortcut on the toolbar to open this folder. Any hints or help are greatly appreciated. Roccol

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  • Public folder invisible in Outlook 2007 even after clicking the folder tree

    We have Exchange 2007 and the clients use Outlook 2007. Everyone can view and access to the Public folder but only one user cannot view it at all. I mean it's not even there to show. Clicked the Folder Tree at the left bottom of Outlook but it doesn't even show the tree at all. Why? This is the...

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  • Exchange07 on Win08 server syncing free/busy with Exchange 03 on Win03 server

    Hey there, Due to an aquisition we have some complexities getting all versions of Exchange to communicate fully. We constructed a lab running the following: Windows 08 Server and Exchange 07 and the other is Exchnge 03 and Windows server 03. (this is the actual setup we need to get communicating)...

    Elguappo40 pointsBadges:
  • How to configure a public folder in outlook and system manager, send with graphically

    How to cofigure a public in outlook and system manager, when i configure a public folder into outlook there are so many problem accrued like, SMTP,POP3 even this protocol is running. it has taken so many days I could not success related this practice. So I highly request to you send me step by step...

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  • unable to view certain public folders

    I am running Exchange 2003 and a couple client computers have Office 2007. In outlook 2007, i can see the public folders but certain folders in the public folder is missing. Any suggestions

    Elewis5 pointsBadges:
  • Setting public folder as automatic default contact list

    I am using Outlook 2003 as our source for all contacts. Recently I tried to make one of our public folder contact lists our default contact list. In hopes that everyone would be on the same page when sending emails and I wanted everyone to be able to keep them up to date. I copied it into the...

    Scruggsco5 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2007 Public Calendar

    Whenever a user opens an appointment on the public folder calendar to view the contents, the appointment is added to their private calendar after they close appontment. The user was never invited to the appointment. WHy is it showing up in their calendar? How can I prevent this from happening?

    Estarr5 pointsBadges:
  • Troubleshooting public folders in Microsoft Outlook 2007

    We are currently using Microsoft Office (and Outlook) 2007, and I am trying to configure the public folders to send out notifications when email comes into the folder. Everything works fine, up until I create the rule. The email sender is also receiving a copy of the notification, but it should...

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  • Calender Items in Outlook2007

    I work for a large company with folders for other companies to send us information. One company sends us Calendar items to a public folder. When we open them up we usually tag them so no one else works on it. But in Outlook 2007 we are not able to edit it so that it shows the edit in the public...

    Pawz214220 pointsBadges:
  • Notes forward (not copy) to include original sender’s name

    We are migrating from Exchange to Lotus Notes and for a while will need to keep our Public folders in Outlook. We require having certain messages that arrive in our Notes mail to be forwarded to our Outlook mailbox with the original sender’s email address in the ‘From’ field. Our users...

    Easttn5 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2007 and public folders

    i have a user who recently migrated from and NT domain to Server 2003 as a test subject. When he did that, he was set up with Office 2007. Now when he goes to open the public folders tab to access a public folder, he gets a login prompt. onve he enters his info he is then able to access the public...

    Nicolelighthill5 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2007 problems in creating sub-folders in Public Folders

    Hi, I'm having trouble in creating sub-folders in Public Folders in Outlook 2007 client. When I right clicked in Outlook and try to create the folder, I always get the following error: "Cannot create the folder. You do not have permission to create subfolder under this folder. To check your...

    Anxiousz5 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook Public Folder – Standardize Field View for All Users

    We use Outlook 2003 Public Folders for ISO document control. I would like to standardize the field view for all users (set up custom fields) without having to have each user set up their fields independently. Is there a way to push this out?

    TCooney5 pointsBadges:
  • Add-ins that we can get to override the need to hold down shift when left click dragging and dropping in Outlook Public Folders.

    We use numerous Outlook Public folders and need users to be able to drag and drop items between them so that the items actually move and not duplicate, like they do currently. I aware that of some solutions to get around this such as holding the shift key down when left click dragging and dropping...

    ITKE350,325 pointsBadges:
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