When copy and paste folders/contacts in Outlook/Office 365 from/to public folders, the following error pops up.
Cannot move or copy folders. Cannot copy folder. A top-level cannot be copied to one of its subfolders. Or, you may not have approriate permissions for the folder. To check your permissions for the folder, right-click the folder, and then click Properties on the shortcut menu.
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From the real world test, it can take up from 2-10 minutes (usually it will not work instantly, you have to wait at least 2-10 minutes.)
From Microsoft documents: They suggest to wait 30 minutes.
Wait 30 minutes after creating a rule before you test it. If you test immediately after you create the rule, you may get inconsistent behaviour. If you’re using Exchange Server and have multiple Exchange servers, it may take even longer for all the servers to receive the rule.
Test with Policy Tips: Use this mode together with an incident report action, and you can receive an email message each time an email matches the rule.
Test without Policy Tips: This mode is only available if you’re using Data loss prevention (DLP), which is available with some Exchange Online and Exchange Online Protection (EOP) subscription plans. With this mode, a message is set to the sender when a message they are sending matches a policy, but no mail flow actions are taken.