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Exchange 2016 | Outlook 2013 (remote autodiscover connection) not listing Public Folders.


I am running a fully patched up Exchange 2016 server.  I have a remote client workstation (running Windows 10/Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013) that is not joined to the domain.  It is however using Auto-discover successfully and is able to connect to the user's mailbox.  

It is not, however able to see Public Folders.  I have clicked the "..." to list folders with no luck.  I was able to see the folders on a different local PC.  Also, in OWA, by adding the Public Folders to Favorites I am able to view them.

What am I missing on this particular PC?

Thanks in advance.

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Valentina PerezExchange ServersCommented:

You are able to see public folder in outlook pc joined to domain with the same user?

If you checked the status in Outlook, everything is connected?

Valentina PerezExchange ServersCommented:
The issue seem to be solved, no more replies from the author
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