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NigelH

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Archived Folders are not showing up in the Admin webmail account. I've turned archiving on and it's working as I can see the archives in directory however, the folders are not showing in webmail.

The server was setup with a test domain, then I transitioned over to the real domain but I recall having problems deleting the old admin account. I needed to delete the old admin account so I could make the test domain and alias of the real domain. So the problem may have been caused by deleting the initial admin in the test domain.

All emails are archiving to the admin inbox, but the folders are not showing.

Is there a way to reset the admin account?

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Nigel

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sedell

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I had to manually set permissions on my archive for the administrator to be able to access it.

In the Archive folder on the server, there should be a file named acl.fld. The first line should be:
admin_email_addr lrswicda

If you used the default "administrator" for your admin account, it should look like:
administrator<_a.t_>domain.com lrswicda

That may not have been updated when you removed the original admin account.

Scott
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NigelH

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sedell wrote on Fri, 12 September 2008 14:55

I had to manually set permissions on my archive for the administrator to be able to access it.

In the Archive folder on the server, there should be a file named acl.fld. The first line should be:
admin_email_addr lrswicda

If you used the default "administrator" for your admin account, it should look like:
administrator<_a.t_>domain.com lrswicda

That may not have been updated when you removed the original admin account.


Thank you kindly.

I'll try it out and post back. Does this require a reboot?

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sedell

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I can't remember if it required the mailserver service to be restarted. It's been quite a while. I don't believe it does, but I could be wrong.

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NigelH

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Worked without a reboot. Thank you!


On Mac OS X 10.5:


sudo bash
cd toyour/archivedriveorfolder
pico acl.fld

{only one line in there to edit, change to admin email}

Control+x - to save
y - to confirm




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scsi

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acl.fld is corrected, its

oliver.knittel<_a.t_>scsi.de lrswicda

now but how do you subscribe to the archive folder in the webmail client ?


Thanks for help

Oliver
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NigelH

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It should just appear the next time you log in.

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scsi

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Tanks, some times thinks ar very simple Rolling Eyes
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no problem. I just don't really find much use for the archive folders. I wish they were divided up by user. I guess it is handy to look for a lost mail.

I also which this happened to calendar folders as well.

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scsi

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Yes you are right, I didn't know bevore, that there are all mails in one account.
The next big Problem is, that you have no full Text search in the Webinterface.

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