How to remove the default public folder database from an Exchange Server mailbox database.

Now inspect the public folder replicas to see whether the public folder database you're trying to remove is the only replica, or if there are other replicas as well.

Hi We have migrated an Exchange 2010 on-premise to an hosted solution. We now need to remove the exchange server role from the server as it will be used for other purposes.

Thanks a lot for this awesome guide to remove public folder association. We just migrated from 2010 to 2016 and we’re not using and did not want public folders.

I'll do those too. I'm not sure why the replication settings on many of these are pointing to the old 2003 exchange server. Even when I open the Select Public Folder Database dialog to replace it with the 2007 server, it still appears as available to select in the list.

While working on a project for Office 365 migration, Public folder migration is a very critical task which needs to be done. I was referring to Microsoft TechNet article “Use batch migration to migrate legacy public folders to Office 365 and Exchange Online” which cover all the prerequisites and task which need to be performed however my ...

Hi Sunder, I have apply for this public folder in exchange 2013, i found the strength result after I apply for this Public folder, after i create 1 mailbox public folder and I have testing in OWA and outlook client 2013, all user whose not apply to public folder can posting and read public folder, is it default permission after create public ...

In part one we learnt on how to create public folder in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013. In this blog we will be learning how to create sub folders, manage permission and also enabling folders

Detailing steps to move the default mailbox database in Exchange 2013. When Exchange is installed, the database and log files will be located on the ...

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize ( Trevor, Customize tab is unavailable for system folders. To remove the existing thumbnail for a system folder, try this: Reset all the folder view settings / preferences Open My Computer, select Folder Options in the Tools menu In the View tab, click Reset all Folders Click OK and ...