- Start the Exchange System Manager
- Right-click the top-level folder and then click Properties
- Select the Permissions tab, and then click Client permissions.
- After setting the permission you wish to propagate, click OK
- Right-click the top-level folder again and click All Tasks
- In the Propagate Folder Settings dialog box, click Folder rights
There are a number of other settings that can also be propagated as well. I would recommend that you create a few public folders without any content to get a feel for how propagation works before propagating settings on production folders. Propagated settings will overwrite all permissions in all subfolders.
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