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How do I create another set of MAPI public folders?

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I want to setup another set of public folders viewable in Outlook. I go to folders in ESM, right click and say New Public Folder Tree. The folders it creates are General Purpose and is greyed out so I cant change it. Can you have more than one set of MAPI folders that are viewable within outloo or is it limited to one set of MAPi and many general?
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you can't
there can be only one mapi tree
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