If you have only just created the public folder mailbox and root public folder it may take a few hours for the public folders to appear here.
I have a client that keeps an Outlook Calendar in the Public Folders section.
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In this article we will create a Shared Contact list in an Office 365 tenant that will be accessible by all staff members with an Office 365 mailbox.
They are running a hosted Exchange 2013 server and Outlook 2010 Windows client.
You can now set permissions as to who will have access to view and modify the contacts. We recommend setting these permissions to Author, which will allow them to create new contacts and edit their own.
You will need to create a Public Folder mailbox if you do not already have one.
This is done in the Now that you have a Public Folder Mailbox it’s time to create the root public folder. Click Public Folders at the top of the screen and click the plus button to create a new folder.
The different permissions are as follows: Each user will now need to add this contacts folder to their Outlook favorites which will allow them to see the contacts list in Outlook.
To add the folder to their favorites each user will need to do the following. If they do not see the public folders section check that you have assigned the correct permissions above.