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send mail to a Public Folders on exchange 2007

Posted on 2011-09-20
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Hey All,

i have exchange 2007 on 2008 r2 and the domain controller is 2003

in the exchange there there a public folder that yesterday i created a new folder called "abc" for testing and i am trying to send a mail from my outlook to the public folder

what can i do to find out what the email for "abc" public folder so i can send from my email directly to public folder
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by:dahesi
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1. via outlook:

go to your addressbook and open "public folders" from the dropdown menu.. .choose your folder and double click to open the properties menu.. check the email-address part.

2. via exchange console (if your folder is hidden from addresslist)

open your public folder toolbox and browse to the desired public folder and check the email-address part there.
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by:Tufin
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in address book the public folders are empty
the problem i think is that the public folder isn't enabled for mails..

how can i enable it for mails
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via exchange console / public folder toolbox:

>activate email< on the specific folder. then you have to open the properties of the folder and go to the emailsettings page.

sorry, got the screenshot in german only.
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