Create and share public or personal folders
Sharing public folders
Public folders are not attributed to any of the users and the rights to them can be managed in the Administration Panel. Public folders are created in C2PublicFolders tree and they are visible to other users right after you create them. Working on them is exactly the same as working with Public Folders on Exchange Server.
Sharing personal folders
You can also share data by giving other users access to your personal folders. To share your personal folders with your workmates, select users in the network to whom the data will be visible and specify the rights related to the actions that can be made on the folder items.
The user who is given access to a personal folder by anyone will see this folder in ‘Other users’ shared folders’ in C2PublicFolders after opening it from the menu.
The ability to share personal folders in Outlook is a great advantage, as you do not need to change the way Outlook is used.
You don’t need to change your habits, as the work with your personal calendar, tasks, mail and contacts will not change. You can still use reminders and easily sync data with your smartphone or tablet. Outlook now has a much broader range of application as a teamwork tool. Once you start sharing selected folders, other users will be able to create new entries directly in your personal resources. They may be able to view and update your personal contact database, or access you Inbox or Sent Items.