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Exchange 2010 public folder view issue

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by neil21stirling, Aug 25, 2014.

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  1. neil21stirling

    neil21stirling Thread Starter

    Sep 12, 2007
    Hi folks,

    not having a problem with Public folders themselves but just how they are viewed in outlook.
    Seems like a very simple (yet annoying) issue that i cannot find how to resolve anywhere for the life of me.

    OK so

    A few users at the organisation i work for have got married recently and in doing so have a new surname. So far so good, changed the name on the accounts everywhere it needs changed within Exchange and AD.

    All this goes fine, new email addresses with new name added in etc without any issue.

    My problem actually is just within these users Outlook itself. When these users go to look at public folders it shows "Public Folders - [email protected]"

    This is the only bit that still shows the users previous name (and/or previous email address)

    Does anyone know how to change this on these users outlook so it shows their new married name? (short of removing the outlook profile and adding it back again, i am out of ideas.)

    thanks in advance.
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