[ExchangeList] Public folder permissions in E2K3

  • From: "Brian Pituley" <bpituley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 28 May 2009 12:29:51 -0700

-------------------------------------------------------OK, bad case of brain 
fade - I posted this to the E2K7 list the first
time.  Sorry 'bout that.  Duh.

So, now that I'm in a more appropriate place....

Is there a way to find out how a user gets a set of public folder
What's happening is that as Administrator I gave my personal ID
"Publishing Editor" permissions on a public contacts folder via Outlook
while signed in as Administrator (the folder owner) and with the
Administrator's mailbox open.  However, if I go into the folder via my
PC and Outlook profile and look at the permissions there, the
permissions that show under "Edit items" is both "Own" and "All".
"Delete items" shows the proper "all" permissions.  
I've tested the permissions - I can't edit other people's items but I
can create items and edit the items I've created.
So, the question is:  Where did that "Own" permission for editing come

Brian Pituley
Director of Information Technology
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