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Does anyone remember the tool that you used to be able to use to change many (1000s) of permissions on Exchange Public folders?

I think it might have come in some Exchange Resource Kit or maybe it was standard.

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I think it is PFAdmin. It will check the permissions and correct them if they are messed up. I'm not sure if it works on Exchange 2007 though.

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Here is a great list of the public folder tools available. You are probably thinking of PFadmin and outlook folders

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