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    Ex2k3sp1
    Outlook XP

    I had to recover a mailbox after a bad migrate from 5.5 (always use a UPS on important boxes – servers were, my workstation was not… :()

    Anyway, the user does not have permissions to their folders anymore. I have gone into the permissions of outlook today and inbox and such and have manually added the account to have owner status.

    HOWEVER, she has TONS of sub folders. I am not looking forward to half a million right clicks…

    Is there a way/tool to recursively add permissions? I know new folders will inherit the permissions, but Google says nothing about existing folders.

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