Public Folder Migrations and the Changing Cmdlets

To complete a public folder migration from Exchange 2013/2016 to Exchange Online you need to run Set-OrganizationConfig -PublicFolderMailboxesLockedForNewConnections $true But if you look at lots of the documentation that is out there with their tips and tricks etc. you will see that lots of them say: Set-OrganizationConfig –PublicFoldersLockedForMigration $true So very near – but its… Continue reading Public Folder Migrations and the Changing Cmdlets

Public Folder Sync–Duplicate Name Error

I came across this error with a client today and did not find it documented anywhere – so here it is! When running the Public Folder sync script Sync-ModernMailPublicFolders.ps1 which is part of the process of preparing your Exchange Online environment for a public folder migration, you see the following error message: UpdateMailEnabledPublicFolder : Active… Continue reading Public Folder Sync–Duplicate Name Error

Office 365 Retention Policies and Hybrid Public Folders

If you create an Office 365 Retention Policy (in the Security and Compliance Center) that applies to all Exchange Online content then you might find that after the retention policy has been deployed (a day or so later usually) that the policy is in error and there is a message at the top of the… Continue reading Office 365 Retention Policies and Hybrid Public Folders

On-Premises Public Folders, Exchange Online, And Multiple Forests

Update: October 2018. Microsoft have added support to hide public folders in Exchange Online. Now rather than the below post from me, you can set a users mailbox to see public folders or not as required and then enable the global setting to turn on controlled access to public folders. For more see https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/exchange-team-blog/announcing-support-for-controlled-connections-to-public-folders/ba-p/608591  … Continue reading On-Premises Public Folders, Exchange Online, And Multiple Forests