Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Mail Enable Public Folder Exchange 2007


Mail Enable Public Folder Exchange 2007




Today’s video will cover mail enable public folder in Exchange 2007.
Upon creation, public folders in Exchange Server 2007 are unable to receive e-mail by default until they have been mail-enabled.  If you go to Outlook Web Access (OWA) and create a new email for instance, the email addresses of any public folders won’t be shown as a valid recipient there unless it has first been mail enabled.
To mail enable public folder in Exchange 2007 from the Public Folder Management Console, simply select the desired public folder and select “Mail Enable.”  The default icon will change to show a little envelope beside the icon to reflect its new mail enabled status.  Click on “New” email from within the OWA and you will now see the address of your mail enabled public folders appearing as part of the global address list.

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