Summary Before Exchange 2013 and Exchange Online, Public Folders have been referred to as the cockroaches of Exchange for me they have always been the “necessary evil”, and for some administrators just the thought of them makes them cringe.But with public folder mailboxes, Microsoft is recreating the image of public folders.For public folders that are mail-enabled and can send/receive email here is a list of the limits you may need to consider.When sending or receiving a message the size limit is 25 MB, which is really a quite reasonable limit; however, I have seen organizations that allow 40 and 50MB size messages. For both of these cases, this limit will encourage the need for alternative means of file transmittal such as FTP or other methods.They are as follows for organizations that have an Office 365 Enterprise plan.The above limits and additional detail about Office 365 plans can be found in the Microsoft Technet library.
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/That being said, let’s focus on the Office 365 Enterprise plan and what Microsoft offers for your organizational public folders needs.
Also be aware that if the data in your public folders increases above the capacity allowed within public folder mailbox quotas, Microsoft automatically creates new public folder mailboxes. Public Folder Mailbox Tab Learn More(EXCHG.150).aspx? v=220.127.116.11&l=1&s=BPOS_S_E15_0_Slim Additionally, in order to do public folder work within Exchange Online your administrator may need to verify that you have the appropriate permissions.
See the table below that highlights these requirements.
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