Most home and personal email accounts don't use Exchange Server. In the example shown here, Diane and Kim have the built-in Author and Publishing Editor permission levels. Less If you've created a public folder, or you want to grant or restrict access to a folder to specific users or groups, here's how to set permissions for public folders. After you choose a permissions level, you can fine-tune the permissions by selecting buttons or checking and unchecking boxes. Outlook for Office Outlook Outlook More For more information refer to Sharing in Kerio Connect Client. In the Folder Pane, right-click the public folder to set permissions, and then click Properties.