The easiest way to pull this off is to create a public distribution list, add the public folder as a recipient and then use that public DL as a message recipient.
You'll only be able to add the public folder to the PDL if you unhide it from the address book in the Exchange administrator (they're all hidden from the address book by default). Once you get it in the PDL, however, you can go ahead and hide it again if you want.
well... yes... the Unity public folders ARE e2K (AD) public folders. We don't maintain a seperate DB with our own DLS. When you create one in the SA it creates one in AD and you can "see" DLs in AD we didn't create etc...
however adding members to a DL via the SA you're restricted to a few object types and it doesn't inlcude public folders.
ok - but this still requires that the subscriber that points to that DL be an Internet subscriber right? (I assume since the DLs don't show up as importable e2k boxes - presumably because they have no home mailbox... :-) ?
Ken Johnson Mgr. Network Services LeTourneau University http://www.letu.edu/
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