Q: Is there a way to restrict access to the Shared Address Book or Distribution Groups?
A: It is not possible to deny access to these areas of an account. They will be visible to all employee users.
Q: But what if I don’t want users to be able to change the information in the Shared Address Book?
A: Employee users cannot edit the Shared Address Book unless they have been granted the “Edit Shared Address Book” permission.
Q: Why can’t I find a Distribution Group created by an Employee user when I’m an administrator?
A: The creator of a distribution group needs to select “Share this distribution group with all employees” in order for other users to have access.
Q: How can I create a Shared Distribution Group without the ability for other users to edit the group?
A: If you share a distribution group with all employee users, any employee with the admin permission for “Edit other users’ shared distribution groups” will be able to edit the group.