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Can't mail enable public folders
I'm an exchange full admin on this gig but not a domain admin. I've created a public folder calendar through outlook. It works fine but when I rightclick on it I have no option to mail enable it.
The org is in native mode so I assume it isn't mail enabled by default. Any ideas?
8/22/2022 - Mon
You are trying to mail enable through ESM, not through Outlook?
Version information would be nice as well.
Exchange 2003 SP2
I did try ESM - I got an unable to connect error. It's possible its a network issue they have a lot of ACLs. But the rest of exchange MAPI, S/IMAP, https and ActiveSync works well.
You can only mail enable through ESM. You cannot mail enable a folder through Outlook.
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Hmm my problem is the other servers don't seem to have public folder stores - I'll try creating some on a test server and mail enabling those.
I'll also delegate to one of the domain admins temporarily and try his a/c.
Any other ideas?
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Problem turned out to be a redirect on the front end server we were using to get FBA with OWA.
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