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Exchange 2010 Custom Folder - Can I create and push out a custom web folder?

Posted on 2010-08-30
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Running Exchange 2010 and Outlook 2007 here.

I need to setup a web folder in everyone's Outlook.  Certainly I know how to do this manually - New folder --> properties --> Home Page

The question I have is, with Exchange 2010 and the "Manage Custom Folders" section, is there a way I can create this custom folder, assign the homepage for the folder, and push it out to a portion of my users?
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by:Busbar
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you can use custom folders and MRM to achieve that.
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by:Vjz1
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Any direction on how to this specific task?  i've fooled around with it, but can't seem to get it right.  some direct direction on creating and pushing out a web folder would be great.
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by:Vjz1
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To further clarify on your comment;

MRM is just the scheduling piece.  When do you want the policy to run on the server.

Custom Folders can be created through the "managed custom folders" tab, but it does not offer the ability to make the folder a web folder, and specify a url.

please advise.
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by:Vjz1
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Anyone have an idea how to do this?  I just need to be able to push a web folder to my Outlook users.  I suspect it's a powershell thing, but i can't find the right commands.
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Vjz1 earned 0 total points
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Cant figure this out and nobody can give me a solution.  please close question.
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