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public folders in exchange 2010

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I am looking for a full path of my specific public folder. I am using

Get-PublicFolderStatistics -Identity  "\new folder" | Format-List

but the "new folder" is somewhere in sub, sub, subfolders. how can I get the full path to see where my subfolder "new folders" sits
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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Get-publicfolder -Identity "\" -Recurse
will show you everything. It will show the folder name and then the parent path.

However due to the way that Public Folders work, you need to know where it is to query it. That is because the full path is what makes it unique.

Simon.
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Following command will show all folders named new folder and their path. It's slow but definitely give you results..
Get-PublicFolder -Recurse -ResultSize Unlimited | ? {$_.Name -eq "new folder"}

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If it is a mail enabled public folder then it's pretty easy, for example the following command will give the path for public folder with email address Test@test.com
Get-MailPublicFolder Test@test.com | Get-PublicFolder

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