Microsoft KB Archive/249139
Article ID: 249139
Article Last Modified on 9/29/2003
- Microsoft Outlook 2000 Standard Edition
This article was previously published under Q249139
When you create a new folder in Outlook, the folder inherits the permissions of its direct parent folder.
This behavior occurs when you create the folder manually, or if you create the folder after you upgrade to a newer version of Outlook.
This behavior is by design.
When you upgrade to Outlook 2000 from the Microsoft Exchange client, the following new folders (referred to as special folders) are created:
These special folders inherit the permissions of the root mailbox folder, which is also known as the Outlook Today folder. The default permission is set to none.
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