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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003 by Robert Cordingley, Charlie Russel

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Using Public Folders to Share Information

Using Outlook 2003 as a client for any version of Exchange Server gives you access to a very powerful collaborative feature of Exchange: public folders. Exchange Server contains both a private information store and a public information store. The private information store contains all the individual mailboxes stored on Exchange Server. The public information store contains a variety of public folders that are accessible by any user of Exchange Server.

You can configure permissions for public folders that give users varying levels of access to the folders you create. You can use public folders for a company calendar, a message board, to receive a newsgroup feed, or for a variety of other collaborative ...

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