This video demonstrates the creation of public folders in Exchange 2016, including the architecture of the primary hierarchy of a public folder mailbox.
- Public folders have historically had their fans…and their share of administrators…that were not so fond of them.…Having collaboration space for documents, calendars,…and more clearly has its benefits.…For a long time, however, they've had their own database…on the Exchange server, independent of the mailboxes.…That made them a pain for administrators…that were forced to configure redundancy…and other protection for these folders separately.…Now that the public folders are contained inside a mailbox,…features like database availability groups…simplify their administration.…
The creation of public folders is easy enough…but shouldn't be done without planning.…I've worked with plenty of companies…that had file servers that became a mess over time.…And this can happen to your Exchange public folders…as well if you don't have a plan.…The top of your public folder hierarchy is the mailbox.…The mailbox is referred to as the primary hierarchy…and is the only place where you'll have a read/write copy…of the directory tree or of the hierarchy itself.…
AuthorScott M Burrell
- Planning and configuring Active Directory (AD)
- Creating and configuring mailboxes
- Delegating mailboxes
- Mailbox and mailbox folder permissions
- Mail-enabled users
- Send as versus Send on Behalf
- Using public folders
- Managing public folder permissions
- RBAC versus AD split permissions
- Configuring user assignment policies
- Protecting Exchange content
- Message signing and encryption
- Troubleshooting IRM failure
Skill Level Intermediate
Deploying Exchange Server 2016with Robert McMillen3h 1m Intermediate
Exchange 2016: Client Access Serviceswith Scott M Burrell1h 50m Intermediate
Exchange 2016: Mailbox Databaseswith Scott M Burrell2h 30m Intermediate
Exchange 2016: Transport Serviceswith Scott M Burrell2h 24m Intermediate
1. Plan and Configure Active Directory (AD)
3. Other Mail-Enabled Objects
4. Role-Based Access Control
5. Protecting Exchange Content
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