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Legacy Public Folders in Office 365

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In a hybrid environment, with Exchange 2010 SP3 and Office 365, is there a way for the hosted mailboxes see the LEGACY public folders that are still on-premise? (other than migrating them?)

Secondly, when the legacy public folders are migrated, will the on-premise users be able to see the hosted public folders?
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You can only have PF on-prem or in the cloud, not both. In both cases, you can have cross-premises visibility, but make sure you have updated the Outlook client. OWA does not support accessing on-prem PFs.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn249373(v=exchg.150).aspx
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