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forms and email - newbie - 18.May2006 10:58:27 PM   


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I just set up my Exchange server last week and have many questions but here is a basic one:
I set up a public folder called "Staff Must Read" with the thought being that if the boss wanted to alert staff about something important he would send an email to StaffMustRead and it would appear in the public folder.  This eliminates distribution lists and centralizes all important messages into one folder, or so I thought.  So I created the folder and email enabled it.  However, whenever I send an email to it, Exchange tells me there is no such user.
Is this a logical use for a public folder, and if so, what am I doing wrong?  Thanks

EDIT:  OK, disregard.  Figured that one out!

< Message edited by acalenti -- 19.May2006 1:20:37 AM >
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