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Chapter 21. Collaborating with Outlook a... > Working with Other People's Folders

Working with Other People's Folders

Users of Microsoft Exchange server can, with the appropriate permissions, open and work with other people's folders. Permissions can also be granted to allow other people to send items on your behalf. Folder permissions also are set by the owners of Exchange public folders to control access to public folders. You will learn about folder permissions in the next section.

Folder Permissions

All folders have access permissions, which are used when you share one of your own folders or when you access an Exchange Public Folder. You don't have to worry about permissions when you access one of your own folders because you are the owner of all the folders in your Outlook data file. Permissions determine what you can do in a folder, and even if the folder is visible at all.


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