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Migrate from Exchange Public Folders to Microsoft Business Productivity Online Standard Suite

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This paper discusses the most common public folder scenarios and how they are represented in Business Productivity Online Standard Suite services. It also provides the information you need to decide whether Microsoft Online Services is a good match for you based on your current public folder usage.
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    7.1.09

    File Name:

    Migrate from Public Folders to BPOS.doc

    Date Published:

    01/07/2009

    File Size:

    110 KB

      Exchange public folders are widely used in on-premises Exchange environment. However, Exchange Online does not support customer usage scenarios of public folders. If you or your customers are using Exchange public folders, there are special considerations for moving customers to Microsoft Business Productivity Online Standard Suite. This document outlines these considerations for field representatives, discusses the most common public folder scenarios and how they are represented in Business Productivity Online Standard Suite services. It also provides the information you need to decide whether Microsoft Online Services is a good match for you based on your current public folder usage.
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    Windows Vista Service Pack 2

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