Hello, i have seen that i have a Problem with the Public Folders.
I follow the instructions and create a Public Folder ( publicFolderRoot ) bevor i create my first customer.
Now after creating the Customers, and using Outlook with Public Folders, i see that the Customer see my first Created Public Folder ( publicFolderRoot ) and his Company Public Folder.
How i can hide my Public Folder ( publicFolderRoot ) ?
No one should be able to see or have access to the root unless the users are assigned to it.
In general i would only expect to see such behavior when a default group is assigned to it, or in setups where Active Directory DC is on the same server as Exchange (this breaks permission based ruling due to being an Elivated server)
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