So you're telling me that you log on with the same user account with contributor rights on both systems and only the virtual system has the settings shown correctly, is that correct?
You should check the rights settings and compare them on both the fysical as well as the virtual environment.
Has it ever worked appropriatly?
Since when does this problem occur?
The rights are my name as owner. This is correctly reflected in the virtual environment , yet on my workstation the permission is contributor. I logged on with my normal account on both machines , my admin account has no mailbox. cached ?? I have changed my profile to not use cached mode and I have used it with cached mode , no change. I'm seriously inclined to believe this is an outlook issue but have not found a precedentThanks for your helpRichard
From: exchangelist-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:exchangelist-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Mario Karèl
Sent: June 18, 2009 7:31 AM
Subject: [ExchangeList] Re: Public folder permission mismatch
I have received and read your email message.
Your problem, could it be related to rights issues?
Obviously, the virtual system seem to show the correct content.
Questions that came up:
With what account did you logon?
Are you sure that the content that is shown, is not cached?
Have you tried to refresh the content and did you succeed?
2009/6/16 Motlik, Richard <RMotlik@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
HelloI have a single Exchange 2003 server on SP2. I have an outlook 2003 client, the permissions which I have assigned to myself to certain Public Folders are not aligned. I have one PF where I am the owner, in outlook I cannot view the contents of the folder and right clicking on permissions lists my permissions as contributor . To further complicate the issue when I access the PF from another outlook 2003 client ( say on a virtual machine ) I can see the contents of the PF and the permission as owner are correctly displayed . I have tried the repair option in outlook 2003 with no success , I am looking to see if there is something else that could be the source of this problem
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