Chapter 10. Using Public Folders
Sharing information is a powerful means of facilitating workgroups and teams. When members of a team are located in geographically distant locations, the ability to share information is even more important. Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 offers that powerful groupware foundation through its implementation of public folders.
In Chapter 9, you learned how to create and manage three of the four basic types of Exchange recipients: users, groups, and contacts. This chapter covers the fourth type of recipient: the public folder. To begin our look at the shared ...
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