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Exchange 2000 Server mail enabling public folder and viewing the To: and CC: fields of all mail sent to that public folder

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I have mail enabled a public folder.  When I look at the contents of that public folder the view shows Conversation (subject line i assume), Posted: (date), and Post to: (recepient email address).. How can I change the view to show TO: and CC: fields.  THe need for all viewers who have access to that public folder to see the recepient email addresses.  I see there is a fowarding option but if I foward the emails to a generic mail recepient, then ill have to configure all the users Outlook clients to see the generic mailbox - that will require way too much configuring.

Any ideas?
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Expert of the Year 2006
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You need to change the default format of public folders. The current format is called Post, and you need to change it to post.

This kb article explains how to do it:

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=817809

Only applies to new email messages though - the older ones are stuck as they are.

Simon.

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