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How to tell if Public Folder is Mail enabled

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Exchange 2010 I need to see which of my public folders for a department are mail enabled and which are not.  Is there a GUI based way or just cmds?
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Will Szymkowski earned 2000 total points
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You can do this very easily via powershell. Use the following command below...

Get-MailPublicFolder | ft

This will give you all of the Public Folders that are mail enabled.

Will.
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