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Posted on 2013-01-03
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I have  public folders on my exchange 2010, about 200GB.
We are moving to office 365. I was wondering what I can do with my public folders

I need to archive the old public folders that no one is using for the last year and the rest to store so people can use it on a daily basis.

What is a good product for both ?
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you can use sharepoint
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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Sharepoint or Shared Mailboxes are the only options available to you.
You could store the content in PST files but those cannot be stored on a network share, and can only be opened by one user at a time.

Simon.
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