Cannot View Contacts as e-mail address book SBS 2003

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I have an issue with a user being unable to modify certain properties of the
Local and Public Contact folder. Specifically, the "Show this folder as an
e-mail address book" option is greyed out and unavailable.

I am sure it is a permissions issue. What might be responsible for this?
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Paul Kerness, MSW, LSW
Genii Research, LLC
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