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Posted on 2010-09-08
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Recently migrated to Exchange 2010 and opted to start over with our Public Folders.  I've created 8 public folders with a variety of alias' yet only 5% of emails are getting through.  I know they are being sent through by our Barracuda and they are hitting the server but somewhere along the line they disappear.  I've disabled all Anti-Spam options in Exchange with no luck.

I have used the Public Folder snap-in to mail enable, and create the alias' but I must be missing something.

Please help!
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did you allow anonymous access to the public folders
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When your right, your right...

Follow up questions however, I was hoping to prevent organizations within the Forrest from being able to view other organization public folder contact.  Should I managed that through AD Object for the public folders?
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all public folder permissions should be managed from within the public folders
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