Last post Feb 26, 2007 01:35 PM by Steve@Planet
Feb 26, 2007 11:23 AM|ultracrystal|LINK
Does anyone understand the difference between AllocatePublicFolder and CreatePublicFolder. I understand that CreatePublicFolder creates a public folder under All Public Folders with a name which is that of the organization, but I don't quite understand
what AllocaPublicFolder is used for. Also, does anyone have an idea if/how you can create a Public Folder with a specific name using MPS?
Feb 26, 2007 01:35 PM|Steve@Planet|LINK
The difference is that AllocatePublicFolder only updates the MPS Resoure Manager database for the public folder resource and the organization.
The CreatePublicFolder function calls AllocatePublicFolder, as well as calling Exchange Provider::CreateFolder and other various functions.
You can create a public folder with your own name by using Exchange Provider::CreateFolder.
So, what I would do would create my own namespace and copy the MPS CreatePublicFolder_ method and then modify the xml so that you can pass in your own folder name.