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Exchange 2010: "Send as" a public folder or distribution list?

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What is the difference between "send as" a "public folder" and "send as" a "distribution list" when using Exchange 2010? What are the benefits of using one method over the other? Which method is considered a better practice?
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Difference, Which I can think right now are:

1) Sending mail with Mail enabled PF.
    a) You have folder where you can get the reply and will be stored
    b) Can be shared with other users
    c) It is like centralize repositary, which can be accessed by all.

2) Sending mail with DL.
    All above three are not present
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I would have liked more detail.
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