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Cannot view public folders in Outlook Anywhere after migration to Exchange 2013

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We just moved all of our public folders from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2013. Since doing so we have and issue with our Outlook Anywhere outside building clients not being able to view them. They do not receive in error they just don't appear to be available at all. However regular Outlook users can see the public folders. OWA can see public folders but they have to be enabled individually and if it is not mail enabled it cannot be viewed. Any experience with Outlook Anywhere for Exchange 2013 is appreciated.
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by:Amit
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Try this reconfigure profile for one user and check if that works.
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I don't see anything here?
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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Have you actually completed the migration and made the switch to the modern public folders? Until you do that the public folders on Exchange 2013 are not actually used.

Simon.
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