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Modern Public Folders Overview, Migration and Microsoft Office 365

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Public Folders in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 are not the same as in previous Exchange versions. Public Folders are now called Modern Public Folders. Come and learn about the architecture and features of modern public folders. We talk about the differences between classic and modern public folders, how you can migrate them and what you need to consider before migrating your existing public folders to Modern Public Folders. Public Folders are now supported in Office 365. Come and learn what you need to consider to move your existing Public folders to Exchange Online in Office 365. Also, we share some best practices learned from working for a very large enterprise with 1+ million Public Folders. Don’t miss this session if you plan your own Public Folder migration soon.

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  • The migration to Exchange 2013 Public Folder is frightening as an administrator, hope you can offer calming plans.

  • MjukglassMjukglass With strossel

    Looking forward to hear if Exchange 2013 can support a large distributed PF infrastruture. I will surely attend this session!

  • Sigi JagottSigiJ Sigi Jagott [MVP]

    Yes, we will talk about the details and you basically will see how a migration works. I hope this will take away the frightening...

  • Sigi JagottSigiJ Sigi Jagott [MVP]

    @Mjukglass: You will learn the key planning aspects what to consider when moving to modern Public Folders

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