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Remove a public folder in Exchange 2013



Article Summary: This article contains information on how to remove a public folder in Exchange 2013


Use the EAC to remove a public folder

Navigate to Public folders.
In the list view, select the public folder you want to delete, and then click Delete Delete Icon.
A warning box displays asking if you’re sure you want to delete the public folder. Click Yes to continue.

Use the Shell to delete a public folder

This example deletes a public folder. This command assumes that the Resolved public folder doesn’t have any subfolders.

Remove-PublicFolder -Identity "\\"

This example tests the previous command without making any modifications.

Remove-PublicFolder -Identity "\\" -WhatIf

This example removes a public folder and all its subfolders because the command runs recursively.

Remove-PublicFolder -Identity "\" -Recurse:$True




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Article ID: SLN290482

Last Date Modified: 10/22/2014 11:34 AM


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