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Office for Mac, Outlook 2011 not able to browse public folders

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Hello,

We are moving out Entourage/Mail clients to Outlook 2011. All users are able to access public folders thru Mac's Mail client and Entourage Web services,also new OWA (we are on Exchange 2010).  

When we try to browse/view the PFs (using Outlook 2011), all options are disabled.

Giving and account all kind of rights and also recreating hierarchy on the domain controller does not work either.

Please advise.

Thanks a lot for your help guys.

Warren

 
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Hello,

Solving our 2010mailbox > 2007PublicFoldersDB existing link creating an issue (in another post), pointing it the corresponding 2010PublicFoldersDB (replicated), fixed the issue.

Thanks Mjyqa1 for your help
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Issue resolved as legacy PF databse was taked offline after link the new Exchange 2010 DB to the replicated 2010 PF DB.
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