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Public Folder Properties > Exchange General Tab

 

Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 SP3, Exchange Server 2007 SP2, Exchange Server 2007 SP1

Topic Last Modified: 2007-08-21

Use the Exchange General tab to view and configure the general settings of a mail-enabled public folder.

noteNote:
This tab appears only if the public folder is mail-enabled.
Alias

Use this text box to view or modify the alias for the mail-enabled public folder.

Display name

Use this text box to view or modify the display name for the public folder. This is the name that the public folder displays in the global address list (GAL).

Simple display name
  • Use this text box to view or modify the simple display name for the mail-enabled public folder.

  • In Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, the Display name field can contain Unicode characters. Third-party applications and older client applications may not support Unicode characters. If the system that is displaying the public folder does not support Unicode characters, the simple display name can be used. For more information about Unicode characters, see Unicode.

  • The Simple display name field accepts only ASCII characters.

Hide from Exchange address list

Select this check box to hide the mail-enabled public folder from address lists.

Custom Attributes
  • Click Custom Attributes to open the Custom Attributes dialog box. Use this dialog box to view and modify the custom attributes for the mail-enabled public folder. You can specify up to 15 custom attributes for the public folder.

  • For more information about the Custom Attributes dialog box, see Public Folder Properties > Exchange General Tab > Custom Attributes.

 
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