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felicia.huff

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Is there a way to change the name of the Contacts folder under Public Folders? I'm afraid having two Contacts folders will confuse my users.
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Felicia
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cohcon

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At this time, no. The public folders act as a global catalog for the users and groups created on the mailserver. This is the folder that they get published to.

Nor can you rename the public contacts or the user contacts, as the mailserver will recreate them.

You can create new contacts folders or even nest the contact folders. For instance, Under each user's contacts, I added an additional contacts folder containing outside vendors, emergency contacts, etc...

Pavel or Josh can probably shed more light on this.

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bperkins

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You can create a contact folder under the public folders and name it whatever you want. Then change the permissions on the "system" contact folder where nobody has access. Now, others will only see the folder you created.

When I create a new user, I uncheck the box that says to add to the Public Contact Folder. Then, I export this user to the contact folder that I created.

Hope this helps,
Brian
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felicia.huff

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Thank you very much for your help!
Felicia
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