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Public folder as a POP account: is it feasable? see Outlook area (300pts)

Posted on 2004-03-25
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Having no answer in Outlook section, be kind enough to follow this link
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/MS_Office/Outlook/Q_20929383.html

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by:OneHump
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The answer is absolutely not.  You can access a public folder via IMAP but not POP.

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OneHump
Thanks for this answer,
Could you post to OL area the steps invlolved?
Is is just unhidding the PF and assigning an account to it?
Do I use the standard domain/useraccount/aliasname and pwd?

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Are you looking for the steps involved to use IMAP to acess a public folder?  

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by:stefri
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Yes
But before accessing using IMAP, I think that I have to set permissions and unhide from AB?
Then from a unix client, passing domain/username/alisname et pwd should be OK

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You don't need to unhide.  You just need to tell the IMAP client to list all folders and subscribe the that public folder.  You are completely correct in your second sentence.

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OneHUmp,
Thanks for the help
Would you mind post the answer in Outlook TA to give you the points on both sides
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/MS_Office/Outlook/Q_20929383.html
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