Public folders are designed for shared access and provide an easy and effective way to collect, organize, and share information with other people in your workgroup or organization. Mail-enabling a public folder allows users to post to the public folder by sending an email message to it. When a public folder is mail-enabled additional settings become available for the public folder in the Exchange admin center EAC , such as email addresses and mail quotas. In the Exchange Management Shell, before a public folder is mail-enabled, you use the Set-PublicFolder cmdlet to manage all of its settings.
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If you would like to read the first part of this article series please go to Exchange Preview - Public Folders Part 1. In the first part of the article, we explored the new features of Public Folders in Exchange Preview, their improvements and how to work with them. In this second and final part, we will see how to mail-enable Public Folders and how to configure permissions and quotas. We will finalize with an overview of the steps involved in migrating Public Folders from Exchange Remember that we no longer have the Public Folder Management Console. Then, select the PF you want to mail-enable and on the right hand side where it says Mail Settings — Disabled , click Enable :. Figure 2.
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A little over 5 years ago I wrote a blog on how to migrate public folders from Exchange to , hoping that that would be the last migration path that would be needed for the long standing public folder system. On top of this new process has brought some new headache, as well as some old ones that have been around since Exchange The issue that has stemmed back to the older days of Exchange is how the Alias field allowed use of what are now seen as invalid characters. Sure the Technet article for migrating public folders gives us a script for searching for forward slashes but not invalid characters, which you may still see from environments migrated from Exchange When you mail-enable a public folder pre-Exchange , it would create these as Public Folder objects in Active Directory under the Default naming context Microsoft Exchange System Objects.