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Is it possible to have groups in groups?

What im looking for is a easy way to administer our mailgroups thats looks something like this

store 1
store 2

If its possible to join "store 1" and "store 2" in the group "stores".
Then join "stores" in the group "sales", and then "sales" in "all".

If a new user starts in "store 2" I only need to add that user in the group "store 2" and he automatically joins the groups above.

Is there anyway to do this? I have looked but not find how...

Running Kerio MailServer 6.5 on Mac OS X 10.4.11

[Updated on: Thu, 29 May 2008 15:23]


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You can't currently do this. File a feature request at so that we can get this much-needed feature.

Another related issue is that KMS ignore Contact objects with email addresses that are members of a group.

Huge pains in the arses with simple fixes.

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