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  •    各位好,最近在研究学习Exchange Server 2013,关于公用文件夹网上有的说此功能已经弱化,微软推荐使用SharePoint,但是很多企业并没有部署SharePoint,而Exchagne Server 的公用文件夹正好能满足他们的需求。今天在测试学习exchange Server 2013 公用文加件遇到一些问题特意请假一下各位。

       根据微软Technet库中Exchange Server 2013中协作-公用文件夹配置指导,首先创建公用文件夹邮箱,然后创建公用文件夹,然后指派一些用户对公用文件夹的权限。

       使用用户通过客户端Outlook 2013登录,在文件夹中怎么找不到exchange Server 2013 的公用文件夹,是在别的地方还是我配置有问题。

        使用用户通过outlook web app的方式登录,也是没有找到公用文件夹在那里?


    • 已编辑 qdstruggle 2014年12月2日 1:22 问题补充
    2014年12月2日 1:18

答案

  • 您好,

    缺省情况下是disable的,具体管理使用方法如下

    http://msexchangeteam.in/exchange-2013-public-folder-managementpart-1/

    In this blog series we will be exploring the Next Generation Public Folder. Yes, that’s Public Folder in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013.

    Managing public folder was always a pain area for almost all Administrators if they are involved in Migration project.

    Rumors were made that Microsoft will move public folder to SharePoint or public folder will be removed completely from next version of exchange.

    With the release of Exchange Server 2013 Public Folder has got a new face. The design has changed. The way Public Folder use to work for so many years has changed. Public Folder database is now Known as Mailbox Database.

    So what is there for us. Lets Explore.

    • No Public Folder Database.
    • High Availability with Dag.
    • Office 365 Users can now have Public Folders.
    • Public Folders are now created inside Public Folder Mailboxes.

    How to create Public Folders.

    First we have to create Public Folder Mailboxes.

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    Figure 1.1 : Location to select for creating first public folder mailboxes

    image

    Figure 1.2 : New Public Folder Mailbox

    In figure 1.2 Name can be any name of your choice and OU can be created if required to store Public Folder Mailboxes. Mailbox Database can also be created to store only PF Mailbox.

    image

    Figure 1.3 : Mailbox Created

    In figure 1.3 Mailbox is created and this will be considered as Primary Hierarchy.

    image

    Figure 1.4 : Multiple PF Mailboxes.

    Once mailboxes are created we can now start creating public folders for clients.

    These mailboxes are disabled by default and cannot be accessed by end users. Recommended is to keep them disabled and on a dedicated OU.

    image

    Figure 1.5 : Disabled Public Folder Mailboxes.

    image

    Figure 2.1 : Creating New Public Folder using EAC.

    image

    Figure 2.2 : Creating Folder using EAC.

    In Figure 2.2 we can create folder using EAC, however if we want to create PF for Secondary Mailboxes then we have to use Shell.

    image

    Figure 2.3 : Creating Folder using Shell

    In Figure 2.3 we have created Public Folder for remaining mailboxes.

    image

    Figure 2.4 : Public Folder Path and Content Mailbox Name

    We have created three Public Folder Mailboxes and each mailbox has a Public Folder. If we go back in Exchange Server 2003 we had an option to create Mapi and Non Mapi Tree. Mapi tree was accessible in both Outlook and Outlook Web Access. However Non Mapi Tree was accessible only via OWA. Those options were removed in Exchange Server 2007 and 2010.

    In Exchange Server 2013 whole new concept has been introduced. The idea was to link Public Folder Mailboxes so that they can see the Folders which is created for that particular mailboxes.

    How to link the mailbox. Type the below command.

    image

    Figure 2.5 : Linking the Mailboxes with Public Folder Mailboxes

    image

    Figure 2.6 : Linked all mailboxes.

    Now that we have three Public Folder mailboxes in our scenario and those three mailboxes are linked with three different user Mailboxes. This will help the users to see only those folders which is created in that Public Folder Mailbox.

    Wonderful concept. Public Folder is now easily manageable. Provided they are migrated without any hassles.

    In the next part series we will learn how to set permission and other configuration to make public folder a better place to store shared data.

    2014年12月2日 2:33

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  • 您好,

    缺省情况下是disable的,具体管理使用方法如下

    http://msexchangeteam.in/exchange-2013-public-folder-managementpart-1/

    In this blog series we will be exploring the Next Generation Public Folder. Yes, that’s Public Folder in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013.

    Managing public folder was always a pain area for almost all Administrators if they are involved in Migration project.

    Rumors were made that Microsoft will move public folder to SharePoint or public folder will be removed completely from next version of exchange.

    With the release of Exchange Server 2013 Public Folder has got a new face. The design has changed. The way Public Folder use to work for so many years has changed. Public Folder database is now Known as Mailbox Database.

    So what is there for us. Lets Explore.

    • No Public Folder Database.
    • High Availability with Dag.
    • Office 365 Users can now have Public Folders.
    • Public Folders are now created inside Public Folder Mailboxes.

    How to create Public Folders.

    First we have to create Public Folder Mailboxes.

    image

    Figure 1.1 : Location to select for creating first public folder mailboxes

    image

    Figure 1.2 : New Public Folder Mailbox

    In figure 1.2 Name can be any name of your choice and OU can be created if required to store Public Folder Mailboxes. Mailbox Database can also be created to store only PF Mailbox.

    image

    Figure 1.3 : Mailbox Created

    In figure 1.3 Mailbox is created and this will be considered as Primary Hierarchy.

    image

    Figure 1.4 : Multiple PF Mailboxes.

    Once mailboxes are created we can now start creating public folders for clients.

    These mailboxes are disabled by default and cannot be accessed by end users. Recommended is to keep them disabled and on a dedicated OU.

    image

    Figure 1.5 : Disabled Public Folder Mailboxes.

    image

    Figure 2.1 : Creating New Public Folder using EAC.

    image

    Figure 2.2 : Creating Folder using EAC.

    In Figure 2.2 we can create folder using EAC, however if we want to create PF for Secondary Mailboxes then we have to use Shell.

    image

    Figure 2.3 : Creating Folder using Shell

    In Figure 2.3 we have created Public Folder for remaining mailboxes.

    image

    Figure 2.4 : Public Folder Path and Content Mailbox Name

    We have created three Public Folder Mailboxes and each mailbox has a Public Folder. If we go back in Exchange Server 2003 we had an option to create Mapi and Non Mapi Tree. Mapi tree was accessible in both Outlook and Outlook Web Access. However Non Mapi Tree was accessible only via OWA. Those options were removed in Exchange Server 2007 and 2010.

    In Exchange Server 2013 whole new concept has been introduced. The idea was to link Public Folder Mailboxes so that they can see the Folders which is created for that particular mailboxes.

    How to link the mailbox. Type the below command.

    image

    Figure 2.5 : Linking the Mailboxes with Public Folder Mailboxes

    image

    Figure 2.6 : Linked all mailboxes.

    Now that we have three Public Folder mailboxes in our scenario and those three mailboxes are linked with three different user Mailboxes. This will help the users to see only those folders which is created in that Public Folder Mailbox.

    Wonderful concept. Public Folder is now easily manageable. Provided they are migrated without any hassles.

    In the next part series we will learn how to set permission and other configuration to make public folder a better place to store shared data.

    2014年12月2日 2:33
  • 你好,

    在outlook中默认不显示公用文件的,需要手动开启公用文件夹显示,点击outlook左侧窗栏最下面的“ ”图标,然后选择“文件夹”选项,或者按组合键Ctrl+6,可以打开outlook的公用文件夹项目。

    在owa中,需要首先点击“收藏夹”,选择“添加公用文件夹”,如下:

    谢谢


    Niko Cheng
    TechNet Community Support

    2014年12月3日 9:42
    版主
  • 您好,根据您的方法,还是没有找到共享文件夹。

    owa中在收藏夹中没有添加公用文件夹

    outlook中也是一样

    2014年12月4日 9:34
  • 你试过我提及的方法?
    2014年12月4日 22:19