Exchange 2010 mapping Public Folder Database

Hi,

Does anyone know of a method to access files from public folders via UNC path?

Exchange 2000 had IFS that mapped the PF database to a folder structure, i.e. network drive.  Is there a similar option for Exchange 2010?

Basically I have a script that needs a method/path to grab a file from a public folder tree.
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techawayManaged IT Service ProviderCommented:
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jetli87Author Commented:
Hi,

thanks but I need a method to access directly via Windows Explorer.  The solution in the link does work in my situation.
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techawayManaged IT Service ProviderCommented:
Oh! My mistake. I don’t know of a way to script the extraction of public folder data from Exchange 2010 using the basic PowerShell cmdlets provided in EMS… Sorry!
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
The facility isn't available in Exchange 2010. It was never supported in the older versions of Exchange, and could (and often did) cause corruption of the Exchange database.

Simon.
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jetli87Author Commented:
Thank you, just wanted clarification.

Do you know of any other options/method to access PF data via UNC path?
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Md. MojahidCommented:
there maybe a workaround on how to FTP the content inside a UNC path to a remote site as shown in the URL below.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Misc/Q_22039406.html
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