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For an excellent series of articles about public folder best practices, access http:// www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/exchange/2003/pubfoldersbp.mspx and click the Best Practices For Microsoft Exchange Server Public Folders download link. These articles were written before Exchange Server 2007 and Microsoft Outlook 2007 were released, but they are not particularly technology specif ic and contain a lot of good advice.
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Public folders implement shared access and provide an easy, effective way for users to collect, organize, and share information with other people in their organization. Public folders can be used to share files. They can store data, such as calendars and contacts, that is shared by two or more people. Public folders are organized in public folder hierarchies and stored in dedicated public folder databases (databases that can store only public folders). They can be replicated between Exchange servers.
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Public Folders May Not Be Necessary in Exchange Server 2007
Unlike in previous versions of Exchange, public folders can be an optional feature in Exchange Server 2007. Provided that all client computers in your organization are running Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, Exchange no longer depends on public folders for features such as offline address book (OAB) and free/busy information downloads. In Exchange 2007, these features are serviced by the Autodiscover and Availability services; the System Attendant service, which communicates with Active Directory to retrieve and cache directory information; and the Exchange File Distribution service, which distributes files to Client Access servers and Unified Messaging servers. When you install the Mailbox server role on the first Exchange Server 2007 server in a pure Exchange 2007 organization (that is, an organization where all Exchange servers run Exchange Server 2007), the setup procedure asks you whether you have any client computers in your organization running Outlook 2003 and earlier or Microsoft Entourage. If the answer is yes, a public folder database is created. If the answer is no, a public folder database (previously called the public folder store) is not created. In the latter case, if you decide to use public folders, which provide a convenient method of sharing information that your users are accustomed to using, you need to create and mount a public folder database. If client computers in your organization run Outlook 2003 and earlier or Microsoft Entourage, they require a public folder database to connect to Exchange Server 2007. In a mixed Exchange organization, to ensure backward compatibility to pre Exchange 2007 versions, a public folder database is created by default. This public folder database will support earlier Schedule+ free/busy functionality. Exchange 2007 is the first version of Exchange that provides the option to not use public folders. However, until all client computers in your organization are running Outlook 2007, you should continue using public folders. This is why the Exchange 2007 Server Setup Wizard asks you whether Outlook 2003 or Entourage clients exist in your organization.
Lesson 1: Configuring Public Folders
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The Autodiscover service
The Autodiscover service must be deployed and conf igured correctly for Outlook 2007 clients to automatically connect to Microsoft Exchange features, such as the OAB, the Availability service, and Unif ied Messaging. For more information about the Autodiscover service, access http://technet. microsoft.com/en-us/library/b03c0f21-cbc2-4be8-ad03-73a7dac16ffc.aspx.
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The Availability service
The Availability service is a Web service that is deployed on the Client Access server role. Outlook 2007 clients discover the Availability service via the Autodiscover service. The Outlook 2007 and Outlook Web Access Scheduling Assistants use the Availability service to retrieve live and published free/busy information, view attendee working hours, and show meeting time suggestions. For more information about the Availability service, access http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ bb232134.aspx and http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/10/23/429296.aspx.
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Other mail clients
The Exchange 2007 Server Setup Wizard asks only about Microsoft clients (Outlook and Entourage). It does not ask about third-party clients, such as Thunderbird or Eudora, or about the Windows mail client in Vista. If you specify that no Outlook clients previous to Outlook 2007 exist and that no Entourage clients exist, a public folder database will not be created.
Accessing Public Folders with Outlook Web Access (OWA)
Although users cannot directly access public folders by using OWA in the same way that they use the tool to access e-mail messages, OWA supports public folder access by using the virtual directory /public. In order to allow this functionality, the Exchange Server 2007 organization must meet the following requirements:
The home public folder server for the mailbox database must be a server that is running Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 or Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server. You can set the home public server by using the Set-MailboxDatabase cmdlet and the publicfolderdatabase parameter. You must use a dedicated server for the Client Access server role. If the server that hosts the Client Access server role also hosts the Mailbox server role, public folder access may not be reliable through that server when users are accessing OWA through the Internet.
Public folders do not appear in the default OWA user interface. To reach public folders through an Exchange Server 2007 server that has the Client Access server role installed, you use the /public virtual directory. For example, if you log on to OWA by
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