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Can't Access contents in Public folderfrom Mac Outlook 2010

Posted on 2011-02-28
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Hi

We have just migrated from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010.

We have windows based network.

One of our staff members is using Imac.11.3 as desktop. And she can't access contents on public folder. (No error)
Operating Sytem : Mac OS X 10.6.6
Outlook 2010 for Mac
Her email is working fine. (She got full access to public folder)

If she logs in to windows computer she can access all. (So no premission issue)

And suggestion on this to get this sorted?




 

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This solution is for Leopard, but it should work:
http://www.ehow.com/how_4506824_connect-public-folder-os-x.html

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Thanks mnation1,

But that was not much help for me. That was for file sharing between Mac computers.

My case is :-.
We got public folder sitting in Microsoft Exchage 2010. Exchange is installed in Windows server 2008.

User can browse to public folder from Mac office 2010 installed in Imac.11.3 (Mac OS X 10.6.6)....but can not see contents inside folders.

This is just a problem with Mac Machines. (Not Windows Machines)
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Sorry, I misread your post.  Do you see the public folders and just can't browse them or do you not even see anything that says 'public folders'?
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Hi mnation1,

I can see public folder and its sub folder. But when i click on to those folder it doesn't display its contents.(Blank)
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Hmm.  I think you have to select the public folder and then click "Subscribe".  Then when you go to the Outlook view for the particular type of public folder objects you have (Calendar view for public folder calendar, Contact view for public folder contacts, etc) they will show up there.  Let me know if I'm on the wrong track still.
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