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Public Folders missing in Outlook 2003

Posted on 2004-04-20
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Hi All-

I have a problem with the entire Public Folders section disappearing on a few users.  I have read some posts which suggest using Cached Exchange mode and checking the Download Public Folders option but what if I don't want to use Cached Exchange mode and I don't want to switch to classic interface?

Thank You!

--GREG--
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"Outlook 2003 defaults to a mail folder only view. To show the folder list, click on the -folder- button at the bottom of the navigation pane. You can add Public Folders to the Favorite Folder list if they are in the Public Folder favorites-right click on the folder in Public Folder Favorites and choose add to Favorite Folders."

The key is to add the public folders to the favorites
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