Using public folders

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Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 includes public folders, which provide an effective way to collect, organize, and share information with others. Typically, public folders are used by project teams or user groups to share information. An item labeled Public Folders appears in the Microsoft Office Outlook®  2003 Folder List. You can manage these folders from Outlook 2003.

Public folders can contain all types of Outlook folder items, such as messages, appointments, contacts, tasks, journal entries, notes, forms, files, and postings. You can also create a shortcut to any public folder and save the shortcut to the Outlook Bar or Favorites folder.

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