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How to share multiple contacts folders in exch2003 with outlook 2003?

zaccaz (MIS) (OP)
29 Dec 11 5:22
hi there, exchange 2003 sp2 in front-end & back-end deployments, user computers wxpsp3 & office2003sp3

manager want secretary to help him manage his contacts folder, in which already shared the manager's default contacts folder to secretary, it works perfectly without issues.

now manager created another contacts folder, say contacts2, & want secretary to help him manage this as well.  so i just did the same, right click on contacts2 & set the correct permission for secretary to access it.

however on secretary computer, cannot see the contact2 contact folder, just can see the original one.

wondering how to config/share this 2nd contact folder "contact2" so that secretary can also view this on her own computer?

many thx!
Zelandakh (MIS)
31 Dec 11 8:33
Add his mailbox to her profile and the 2 contacts folders should be visible. You may need to edit the permissions on his mailbox to let her see it though.

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