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RPC_Admin

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Hey, I know you can set whether or not someone can admin a public folder, but can you make it so someone can't see the public folder or specific parts of the public folder? The only thing I could think of is to have two domains. But can you have a domain named domain.com and a domain with the alias domain.com? Is there any way to do this.

i.e. President of the company wants to have financial records in public folder for him and other staff to see, but doesn't want intern to see.

I know you could directly share a folder to specific people but that can get cumbersome. Thanks, Rob
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Once you create a puplic folder, right-click on it - in Outlook: go to properties, and choose the tab 'Sharing and Security' - in Webmail, click 'Access Rights'. Remove the All users (authuser in Outlook) account, and then only users you add rights for will see the folder.

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You could make a group with as members all staff except the interns. Then share a folder (or the public folder) to this group.

This way it is easier when new staff gets hired. During the making of the account, all you have to do is make him/her member of this group. That's easier than manually managing folder rights all the time.
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RPC_Admin

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Thanks, Don't know why I didn't even think to check these options
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