You will need to create a Public Folder mailbox if you do not already have one.This is done in the Now that you have a Public Folder Mailbox it’s time to create the root public folder. Click Public Folders at the top of the screen and click the plus button to create a new folder.
Use one-way or two-way sync modes, filter items while syncing, or modify them on the fly.
Seeing that Outlook desktop and Outlook on the web (or OWA, depending on version) do not support the same types of public folders (or folders added to Favorites) we wanted to talk about what is expected behavior when public folders are used.
We have seen some questions around this so – let’s clear it up!
Has any one had any implementations of multiple Exchange servers with Public Folders?
Previously I have posted an issue with Outlook not able to create or modify folders on a secondary Public folder.