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does blackberry need public folders

Posted on 2013-11-06
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i am in the final stages of exchange 2007 to 2010 migration
and have removed public folders from exchange 2007
we do not use public folders so i did not re create them in 2010
since i removed the public folder database there have been some issues with blackberrys not
syncing
do blackberrys need public folders or is it just coincidence?
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Not required. MS already removed PF db in Exchange 2013. So answer is for BES PF is not mandatory.
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