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Help With Outlook 2000 Public Folders

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by bugbitten, Mar 13, 2004.

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  1. bugbitten

    bugbitten Thread Starter

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    Greetings

    I have set up a public folder that contains task items . I have
    configured the public folder with new fields that will work with the reason that I am opening up this folder . Therefore, my initial TASK view is with 3 or 4 custom headings (4 columns with these new fields that I created as the titles) which will enable me to use this public folder as intended .

    The only problem is , when another user opens it up, they do not see these fields . If they double click on the task item in the folder, the information is there ( on the window that opens up when you double click a task ) but the headings (columns I have set up ) are not .

    How do I get all people with permissions to get the same view each time they access the folder on the LAN ?

    Can you advise ?

    Tom
     
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    Any Ideas Folks ?
     
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