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What version of Office 365 do I need

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I am a little confused about what comes with Office 365. Right now I am on a 2003 Server using Exchange 2003. I want to transition to Office 365 and keep the same "Public Folder" concept that Exchange 2003 has.

   What do I need to get? I am looking at Office 365 Premium but am not sure what else I need as far as Exchange goes. Outlook comes with Office 365 and I hear rumors that it has Exchange Online but I can't find out what it really comes with. What do I need to order to replicate the functions of Exchange 2003 and Public Folders?
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O365 presently does NOT support the Public Folders as you desire. They indicate maybe in the future but there is not ETA and that promise has been floating for a couple of years.

They DO have SharePoint within some of their offerings which has been able to pickup the slack for many of the clients that I have assisted over the past years.

I am an O365 partner and can guide you through this. I can also hook you up with a free account with up to 25 licenses so you can test for 30 days.
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The whole Office 365 affair looks a little daunting. In researching further I have come to find that I might need Exchange Online as an addition service. Is that true?
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Not necessarily... How many users do you have?
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Right now 15 but want to leave room to expand so I will say 20.
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http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/business/office-365-for-enterprise-document-sharing-FX103030346.aspx

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Just shot you an email
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