Public folders are a major part of many Exchange Server deployments. Public folders are a powerful way to share knowledge and data with users throughout an organization, they’ve been a staple of Exchange Server since 1996.
Back in Exchange Server 2007, there were rumors that public folders might not exist in subsequent editions because they used a separate management and replication architecture that was difficult to scale. In Exchange Server 2013, Microsoft has dramatically changed the public folder architecture to make it more scalable, which makes it possible to support public folders for many years to come.
In this chapter, you will learn to: