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Public folder item as a mailbox

Posted on 2007-11-25
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Hi Guys,
I have created a lot of shared calendars in our publich folders and called them Test 1 Environment, Test 2 Environment etc... and I have mail enabled them.

I am trying to set them up for an auto accept agent and the error message I am getting is:
"The given email address could not be resolved to a directory object.
Error getting ADsPath of resource mailbox"

Is there anyway of making a public folder item a "directory object"
I know you can normally create mailboxes and make use of their calendars etc...
What I have done is make public folder calendars and published them on our intranet.
Cheers
Chris
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You cannot have the auto accept agent on a public folder, as public folders cannot be invited to meetings. If you want to use auto accept then you have to create mailboxes.

Simon.
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