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Modern public folder deployment best practices

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Since the release of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, The Exchange Team heard questions regarding the sizing and deployment of modern public folders. It is important to plan migrations for public folders so the client experience with their use is good. This blog post discusses some of the best practices and recommendations regarding modern public folder deployment as well as various related concepts. This blog assumes that customers are already familiar with basic modern public folders concepts but might link to relevant articles.

 

Here is a summary of what's covered:

  • How clients connect to the public folder hierarchy mailbox
  • How to move the public folder data close to the user’s geographical location
  • Summary: deployment considerations

 

Read more on the Exchange Team blog.

 

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