I have a new client that needs to be able to do full text searches in its Outlook public folders. I have read many posts and it seems that I would have to activate the indexing on the public folders.
Unfortunately, I am not sure on how to proceed to do this
My client has Exchange Server 2010 on a Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard and also has SharePoint 2010
Thank you for your help
Take a look at this guide:
How to search Exchange Public Folder using SharePoint Search
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