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When we assign editor rights to Lotus Notes clients they can edit and save received emails. How do I restrict them so they are not able to edit and save received emails? When we give author rights users can't create personal folders, is their any solution.

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When you set a user as Author instead of Editor you can enable additional privileges like Create personal folder/views. They're the check boxes below the Access drop down in the ACL.

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Comment from Farooq: I do this, but users having author right (create personal folders/views option is checked ) fail to create personal folders in lotus notes – Iain Dec 21 '12 at 8:25
Do you know the difference between private/personal/shared folders? Not the dictionary definition, I mean in terms of visibility in Lotus Notes. – booyaa Dec 29 '12 at 14:26

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