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tbaker

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I was wondering if anyone new of any plans for mail enabled public folders. I know I could use them.

[Updated on: Sat, 18 October 2008 05:19]

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RPC_Admin

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I may not completely understand your request, but here is what I do.

So i have an email address email<_a.t_>mydomain.com this is delivered to our office manager. Her mailbox has a rule that automoves all email to the email address email<_a.t_>mydomian.com to a specific public folder that the whole office can check.
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sedell

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Even easier - create an alias. Change the 'Deliver to' selection to 'Public Folder', and choose the folder.

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winkelman

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sedell wrote on Mon, 20 October 2008 14:46

Even easier - create an alias. Change the 'Deliver to' selection to 'Public Folder', and choose the folder.

I thought: "OMG, is that possible?!? Would be nice..." Now I've checked in my KMS 6.5.2 but I can only 'Deliver to' aliasses to 'Email address'.

Are you perhaps running the new KMS beta?

(It occurs to me it is strange to make a drop down list with options box if there's only one choice... Maybe something wrong here? Rolling Eyes )
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sedell

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I'm currently on 6.5.2. I've had aliases set up this way for a few years. It's been that way I think since we started with KMS when it was a 6.0.x version.

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tbaker

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I only get the deliver to email address as well.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Make sure there is at least one public folder with e-mail type. If there are no email public folders the Administration Console does not offer such option when creating aliases.
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tbaker

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Okay got the option. create the mail alias and then what?

I have never used mail aliases before. Do I need to create my email address infotechfaxes<_a.t_>vbso.net?
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tbaker

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Figured it out. Correct me if I am wrong.

Create the email account that you would like to have mail delivered from to the public folder.

Create a public folder and assign access rights.

Create the mail alias in the admin console and deliver it to the public folder that was created.

In Webmail, create the mail filer to deliver all mail to the newly created public folder.


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sedell

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You don't need to create any accounts when using an alias. The alias will accept mail like any other address, but deliver it to the address or folder you specify.

  1. Create the public folder you want to have the mail delivered to, and set access rights.

  2. In mail admin, create an alias with the address you want to use for the public folder. Set it to Deliver to: Public folder, then select the public folder you created in the drop down list.

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winkelman

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Kerio_pdobry wrote on Tue, 21 October 2008 14:25

Make sure there is at least one public folder with e-mail type. If there are no email public folders the Administration Console does not offer such option when creating aliases.

Hm, I feel pretty dumb right now. Of course! Embarassed
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