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Is there a way to share a folder to non Kerio users (eg. webdav)?
Sry. for that curious question, for now I've created a dummy guest account (kms) with just 5mb storage and domain internal only mail capabilities..I would appreciate a better solution.

Our team uses a Project oriented shared folder structure.
By example, If I create a shared folder structure and share the root-folder to someone... - Why it doesn't apply recursively?
Furthermore, If I put a new folder in it, it's every time necessary to share the new folder explicitly by hand?

As a bonus issue, If I try to copy a shared folder into another or to eg. public folders...nothing happens!!?
Moving via eg. drag&drop works..

I hope someone could post hints or suggestions.


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