Learning Guide

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

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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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TABLE OF CONTENTS
   Exchange Public Folder QuickStart
   Exchange Public Folder General Management
   Exchange Public Folder Data Management and Storage
   Exchange Public Folder Security
   Exchange Public Folder Migration
   Exchange Public Folder Tools and Utilities
   The Future of Exchange Public Folders
   Exchange Public Folder Online Resources

  Public Folder QuickStart Return to Top

Find more expert advice on Exchange Server public folders in our Ask-the-Experts feature. If you don't find a solution to your public folder problem in our archives, pose your own question.

  Public Folder General Management Return to Top
  Data Management and Storage Return to Top
  Public Folder Security Return to Top
  Public Folder Migration Return to Top
  Public Folder Tools and Utilities Return to Top
  The Future of Public Folders Return to Top
  Public Folder Online Resources Return to Top
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.

This was first published in April 2006

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