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Public Folders in Exchange using a Public Calanders

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I have Exchange 2003 with users on XP Office and I have 2007 Outlook,  I'm trying to create a public calander on the Exchange server which I can then assign what user I want for this calander but I can see the public folders in my left side in my tree also I brought up a 2003 client and I don't see it there also.  I can see the public folders in OWA I know its there but I can see it in any of my clients. Any sudjestions.
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You need to change the view to Folder View. You should then see Public Folders at the bottom.

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Where in System Manager in the Store?

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Nothing to do with Exchange - Outlook.

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I object to a delete refund. I answered the question about where to find the Public Folders in Exchange. As there was no further follow up from the OP I presumed that the answer I gave was enough.

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