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A fundamental part of Exchange is its public folders , which are also displayed in Outlook as shown
in Figure 28.2. As the name suggests, these are folders that do not belong to any individual but are
accessible to any user (although the Exchange administrator can restrict availability of public
folders as needed). When you keep information, such as your contacts or calendar, in a public folder
it can easily be used by others. Public folders are also central to the full use of forms-based
applications.
Many aspects of using Outlook with an Exchange account are identical to using a non-Outlook
email account. There are some differences, however, as well as added capability, and these are the
topic of this chapter.
FIGURE 28.2
Public folders are an important aspect of an Exchange account.
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