RE: Share Public Folder

  • From: "Chris Nielsen" <cnielsen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'[ExchangeList]'" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 6 Mar 2003 12:52:06 -0700

I'm sorry, I don't have specifics to be able to tell you, but here are the
things I think you need to have in place for this to work:


It appears your two Exchange servers are separate Exchange organizations. If
that's the case you'll need to set up whatever will let these organizations
have a trust relationship. Public Folders are best thought of as a pooled
resource, and once you grant a server access to that pool you can decide
which public folders are available to users with their mailbox on that


Public folder replication will allow you to publish your desired folders to
the sub2 server. I'm not too sure what Public folder affinity does, but you
may want to make sure it doesn't cover what you're going for. Public folder
replication is pretty easy to set up once you get the right trust
relationships, though.


If I'm wrong in any of that hopefully someone will provide corrections.


Chris Nielsen

Systems Administrator

New Dawn Technologies


-----Original Message-----
From: Gatot Dwi Wachyu [mailto:gatotdwi@xxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, March 05, 2003 9:17 PM
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] Share Public Folder

Dear all, 


We have 2 subdomain in our local network, each subdomain have different
client pc.


How can I set, share for public folder in different domain name, for ex : (2000 server 0s+exchange server 2000), (2000 server 0s+exchange server 2000)


A client PC (using 2000 pro os) that using domain
can't connect to except he/she using administrator
him/her self


If I want him/her using BUT still can connect to
public folder in, HOW can I do it?






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