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Public folders are a feature of Microsoft Exchange that let people in an organization share messages, calendars, and address books. After you subscribe to a public folder, the folder appears in the navigation pane and you can access its contents. For more information, see Add an email account to Outlook. On the Tools menu, click Public Folders. In the left pane, under Public Folders , click the Exchange account that you want. A list of public folders appears.
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Create a Public Folder in Outlook- Tutorial
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FAQ: Public folders
Since a few days we can't connect to our Public Folders from our Outlook client. Click on connection status and check you can see Public folders under type in the connection status window. Microsoft Exchange is not available.
Public folders in Outlook give you a great place to collect, organize, and share information about particular topics or projects within an organization. When you post a message to a public folder, you're not emailing it to anyone, so no one's Inbox gets cluttered. Instead, people can check the folder whenever they want to look for interesting posts.