I am having a problem with rights in Public Folders.
(Exchange 2003/Outlook 2003/Windows 2003 Server)
Allow users to copy folders (with emails) from their Mailbox into the Public
Users can copy folders into the Public Folders no problem but no one else
can see them.
1. It seems like the folders are not inheriting the rights set on the
parent folder if they are "copied" into the Public Folder.
2. If they create a folder from scratch in the public folder it inherits
the rights from the parent Public Folder no problem. The problem with that
is that they need to copy hundreds if not thousands of folders into the
public folders and they can't go recreating all their folders.
3. Once the folder has been copied over, the user can simply check the
rights and give the "default" account Owner rights. However, this only seems
to work on the specific folder not child folders. It seems like they would
have to do this on every single folder.
I need all folders to inherit the rights from the parent folder when they
are copied into the parent, public folder.
Anyone seen this problem or know what I am talking about?