If you want your users to be able to access them using Outlook (MAPI) then
you will need to create them under the "Public Folder" store and set the
permissions so they are only accessible/visible to the users you want.
> I'm trying to create a seperate store for managing sales contacts. I need
> seperate journal and contacts folder. What would be the best way to go
> > OK, so that is why you cannot see it via Outlook, if you create a new
> > Folder Store any folders you place inside of it are only visible using
> > or NNTP and not MAPI, you would need to create the folder under "Public
> > Folders" if you want your Outlook users to have access to it.
> > --
> > Mark Fugatt
> > > I attached a small screen shot of what I did. I guess it isnt really a
> > > "folder". "Public Folder Tree".
> > > > Did you create it in the Default Public Folder store, if not you
> > not
> > > be
> > > > able to see it via a MAPI client.
> > > > --
> > > > Mark Fugatt
> > > > Exchange 2000 MVP
> > > > Pentech Office Solutions Inc
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> > > > > I created a new public folder called sales in Exchange 2000. I can
> > > it
> > > > in
> > > > > the exchange MMC but can't see it from any outlook clients, even
> > > > > administrators.
> > > > > Any ideas?
> > > > > Thanks,
> > > > > Andrew