Public Folder Contact List - V2000 vs V2003

Posted on 2006-07-10
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Last Modified: 2010-03-06
Hi Experts,

I'm trying to create a public folder that simply has "contacts" in it.  In Exchange 2000 you could create such a folder.  I'm having a brain freeze I guess today 'cause I can't figure this out in Exchange 2003.



Question by:iteched1
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Sembee earned 1600 total points
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Same method in all versions of Exchange.
You create the folder through OUTLOOK.
Make sure that you set the type as Contacts, not the default mail.

If you create the folder through ESM, then it will be type mail.


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ID: 17075924
DOH - that was my problem - was in ESM.



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