Will too many public folders crash our exchange server?

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I run scheduling of appintments for a group totaling approximately 90 users.

I do this through public folders I've created. I am told by our MIS that the

creation of too many public folders will crash our Exchange server. Is that

a possibility? They want to block the creation of public folders. That

would have a negative effect on our ability to schedule matters as we have

for the past three years.
 
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Kathleen Orland

You would do better to ask the experts in the Exchange newsgroup, not the

Outlook newsgroup.

"MOD Squad" <MOD Squad> wrote in message

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> I run scheduling of appintments for a group totaling approximately 90


users.
> I do this through public folders I've created. I am told by our MIS that


the
> creation of too many public folders will crash our Exchange server. Is


that
> a possibility? They want to block the creation of public folders. That
> would have a negative effect on our ability to schedule matters as we have
> for the past three years.
 

Diane Poremsky

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Not unless you make a folder for each appointment or something stupid like

that. Managing that many folders is a PITA though. (If it will be one

shared calendar for all 90, it won't be a problem.)

"MOD Squad" <MOD Squad> wrote in message

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> I run scheduling of appintments for a group totaling approximately 90
> users.
> I do this through public folders I've created. I am told by our MIS that
> the
> creation of too many public folders will crash our Exchange server. Is
> that
> a possibility? They want to block the creation of public folders. That
> would have a negative effect on our ability to schedule matters as we have
> for the past three years.
 
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