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monkeymissile

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I am the administrator for all of our public folders. With Entourage and now with Outlook 2011, I was able to right-click on a folder and set user permissions. Recently, and perhaps coincident with the release of v8, if I do the same, the only users that appear are authuser and Default, set to Reviewer and None respectively.
If look at permissions via (the new)webmail, all my users are there but in gray with no ability to edit. Furthermore, old users whose accounts have been disabled show up and new users don't. I can add new users, but their permissions don't seem to work.
If I create a new public folder via Outlook 2011 and check permissions via (the new) webmail, the folder is by default populated with all my users (including the old and not the new) whose permissions are set to Can Change.
Viewing permissions via the old webmail still shows disabled accounts and not new ones, but at least I can change the permissions.

so I guess I'm confused about how and where I should be setting permissions. Outlook, old webmail, new webmail?

what a pain.

thanks!
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