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Outlook 2000 Contacts

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by dwinst, Jan 9, 2003.

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  1. dwinst

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    The Admin Assistant opens her Supervisor's Contacts from her PC via "File", "Open", "Other User's Folder".

    She creates a contact for her Supervisor (EVP). When she creates the contact, he gets it automatically marked as private. Because of that, she can't see it from her PC. I don't want her to see contacts he has marked as private. So I don't want to change the properties to allow her to do so.

    I don't understand why her created contacts for him are automatically being checked as private. She said this just started a month ago and that neither have made changes to the program.

    Does anyone know what is happening and why?
    How can I fix this so that when she creates a contact, it does not automatically mark it as private when it comes to him?

    Software Info:
    Local PCs OS = Windows 98SE; Local PCs = MS Office 2000 SR1
    Server OS = MS Windows NT 4.0; Server = MS Exchange 5.5

    Thank you! Thank you!! Thank you!!!
     
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