An administrator's guide to Exchange public folders

Despite speculation on their impending demise, Exchange public folders are still widely used and aren't going away any time soon -- Microsoft plans to support them through the next version of Exchange Server. For the foreseeable future, most organizations will likely continue to use Exchange public folders for a variety of collaborative efforts including document sharing, contact and calendar management, and file storage. This SearchExchange.com learning guide provides a core compilation of articles, tutorials, tips, tools, downloads, and expert advice that will improve your Exchange public folder management and troubleshooting know-how in no time.

Despite speculation on their impending demise, Exchange public folders are still widely used and aren't going away...

any time soon -- Microsoft plans to support them through the next version of Exchange Server. For the foreseeable future, most organizations will likely continue to use Exchange public folders for a variety of collaborative efforts including document sharing, contact and calendar management, and file storage. This SearchExchange.com learning guide provides a core compilation of articles, tutorials, tips, tools, downloads, and expert advice that will improve your Exchange public folder management and troubleshooting know-how in no time.

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Public Folder Migration

Public Folder Tools and Utilities

The Future of Public Folders

These online resources are continuously kept up-to-date. Check back often for the most current tips, expert advice and references for Exchange Server public folders.

Public Folder Online Resources

This was last published in April 2006

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