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Anyone knows how to do this, besides editing the right by hand for each and every folder???
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Lyle M

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Set a standard at the root level of public folder that matches most of what the sub-folders will be.
Then create the sub-folders. They will adopt the privileges of the public root. Be careful not to remove all-users-read from root, or it will vanish from user accounts.
You will likely still have to make adjustments to each folder, but perhaps not as many.

Be wary. If you intend to have Apple iCal CalDAV users connected with edit permissions, it may not work as you expect.

Menu driven permission propagation would be a useful feature. Anyone interested should submit a feature request via the Kerio support ticket system.

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Lyle
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