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How do I view Public Folders on Exchange 2010 on an iPad2?

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I have an iPad2 and can view my mail and other locally created folders just fine. But I can't view Public Folder. On a computer (Mac) when I go to our web mail, at the bottom of the page, on the right,  there is an icon for Public Folder, that is not visible when I go to web mail on the iPad. Any way to make this visible?
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Question by:klingon4u
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As John mentioned you need the Public Folders app.  The app is not compatible with old versions of Exchange but 2007 and later will work.
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