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Hide public folders from Outlook view

Posted on 2008-06-13
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Is there a way to hide the public folders view in Outlook 2007 so that the users can´t browse them?
I dont have a public folder database on the exchange server
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by:greesh_hem
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You must be using the "Folder List" view to see public folders. To change to the folder list view, click the Folder List button at the bottom of the Navigation Pane, or if you've reduced the number of buttons at the bottom, the folder list button will change to an icon that looks like a file folder.
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rakeshmiglani earned 125 total points
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if you don't have public folder database on the server then the users should not get the option to view public folders via outlook.
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