In this post, I'll explain how you can enable or disable public folders in Office 365, in bulk, without using PowerShell scripts.
A mail-enabled public folder offers a centralized email delivery for specific groups in an organization without having to give control of mailboxes to them. That is, when you mail-enable a public folder, users can post to that folder by sending an email to it. On the other hand, if you don't want users to post to a public folder, you mail-disable it.
Why O365 Manager Plus is a better choice?
Exchange Admin Centre allows you to mail-enable/disable only one public folder at a time, which is tiresome. With O365 Manager Plus, you can bulk enable/disable multiple public folders.
Figure 1. Bulk public folder modification.
Figure 2. Mail enable public folder
Figure 3. Mail disable public folder.
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