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Exchange Server 2010 : Setting Up Public Folders (part 5) - Create and Configure a Public Folder

3/26/2011 6:26:56 PM

EXERCISE 4 Create and Configure a Public Folder

In this practice exercise, you will create and configure a public folder. To complete this exercise, perform the following steps:

  1. Ensure that you are logged on to computer VAN-EX2 with the Kim_Akers user account. Verify that there are no public folder databases present on VAN-EX2 by opening the EMS and issuing the command Get-PublicFolderDatabase. The output from this command should inform you that no public folder databases are present on server VAN-EX2.


    Warning:

    EXISTING PUBLIC FOLDER DATABASE

    You cannot perform this practice if you have already created a public folder database on computer VAN-EX2.


  2. From the EMS, issue the following command:

    New-PublicFolderDatabase PublicFolderDB -Server VAN-EX2

  3. When the command listed in step 2 completes, enter the following command:

    Mount-Database PublicFolderDB

  4. Open the EMC. From the Toolbox node, open the Public Folder Management Console. Click on the Default Public Folders node and then click on New Public Folder in the Actions pane. This will open the New Public Folder Wizard.

  5. In the Name text box, enter the name ExPublicFolder and then click New. When the folder is created, click Finish.

  6. Right-click on ExPublicFolder and then click on Mail Enable. This will enable the public folder to receive email.

  7. Right-click on EXPublicFolder and then click on Properties. In the ExPublicFolderProperties dialog box, click on the E-Mail Addresses tab and verify that it matches the information, as shown in Figure 11.

    Figure 11. Mail-enable public folder properties


  8. Click on the Limits tab. Configure the limits for the Public Folder, as shown in Figure 12, and then click Apply.

  9. On the Mail Flow Settings tab, click on Message Delivery Restrictions and then click Properties. Select the Only Senders In The Following List option and then click Add. In the Select Recipient dialog box, select DevelopDDG and then click OK twice.

  10. Open the EMS and issue the following commands:

    New-PublicFolder -Name 'PublicFolderTwo' -Path '\' -Server VAN-EX2

    Enable-MailPublicFolder -Identity '\PublicFolderTwo'

    Set-PublicFolder -Identity "\PublicFolderTwo" -Server VAN-EX2 -AgeLimit '5.00:00:00' -
    MaxItemSize 2MB -RetainDeletedItemsFor '10.00:00:00' -UseDatabaseAgeDefaults
    $False -UseDatabaseQuotaDefault $false -UseDatabaseRetentionDefaults $false

    Set-MailPublicFolder -Identity "\PublicFolderTwo" -Server VAN-EX2
    -AcceptMessagesOnlyFromSendersOrMembers 'adatum.com/Users/ResearchDDG'


    Figure 12. Public folder limits

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