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You can con gure your folders to provide varying levels of access to other users according to the types of tasks those users need to perform within the folders. For example, you might grant access to your Contacts folder to allow others to see and use your contacts list. Granting permissions for folders is different from granting delegate access. Users with delegate access to your folders can send messages on your behalf, as explained in earlier sections. Users with access permissions for your folders do not have that ability. Use access permissions for your folders when you want to grant others certain levels of access to your folders but not the ability to send messages on your behalf.
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Several levels of permissions control what a user can and cannot do in your folders. These permissions include the following:
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Create Items Users can post items to the folder. Create Subfolders Users can create additional folders inside the folder. Edit Own Users can edit those items they have created and own. Edit All Users can edit all items, including those they do not own. Folder Owner The owner has all permissions for the folder. Folder Contact The folder contact receives automated messages from the folder such as replication con ict messages, requests from users for additional permissions, and other changes to the folder status. Folder Visible Users can see the folder and its items. Delete Items Depending on the setting you choose, users can delete all items, only those items they own, or no items. Free/Busy Time For the calendar, users can see your free/busy time. Free/Busy Time, Subject, Location For the calendar, users can see your free/busy time, as well as the subject and location of calendar items. Full Details For the calendar, users can see all details of items. 35
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Outlook 2007 groups these permissions into several prede ned levels, as follows:
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Owner The owner has all permissions and can edit and delete all items, including
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those he or she doesn t own.
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Publishing Editor The publishing editor has all permissions and can edit and delete all items but does not own the folder. Editor Users are granted all permissions except the ability to create subfolders or act as the folder s owner. Editors can edit and delete all items. Publishing Author Users are granted all permissions except the ability to edit or delete items belonging to others and the ability to act as the folder s owner. Author This level is the same as the Publishing Author level except authors can t create subfolders. Nonediting Author Users can create and read items and delete items they own,
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but they can t delete others items or create subfolders.
Reviewer Users can view items but can t modify or delete items or create
subfolders.
Contributor Users can create items but can t view or modify existing items. Free/Busy Time Users can see your free/busy time. Free/Busy Time, Subject, Location Users can see your free/busy time, as well as the subject and location for items on your calendar. None The folder is visible, but users can t read, create, or modify any items in the
folder. Follow these steps to grant permissions for a speci c folder: 1. Start Outlook 2007, open the Folder List, right-click the folder, and then choose Properties. 2. Click the Permissions tab, shown in Figure 35-7.
Figure 35-7. Use the Permissions tab to con gure access permissions for the folder.
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3. Select Default, and then set the permissions you want users to have if they are not explicitly assigned permissions (if their names don t appear in the Name list). 4. Click Add to add a user with explicit permissions. Select the name in the Add Users list, click Add, and then click OK. 5. In the Name list, select the user you just added, and then set speci c permissions for the user. 6. Click OK to close the folder s Properties dialog box. As you can see in Figure 35-7, you can remove users to remove their explicit permissions. Just select the user, and then click Remove. To view (but not modify) a user s address book properties, as shown in Figure 35-8, select the user, and then click Properties.
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