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i have 1 domain that has our main public calendars and contacts

however we have just recently started pulling one of our other domains (partially seperate user base)

however we want to be able to give them access to the main domain public folders

i assume in the long run it would be easier to convert the unique public folders from the domain to global public folders, but how would you go about doing this and how would it affect the client end?

also i assume it is possible to just delegate read access to all users of the secondary domain from webmail for the public folders? is anyone able to confirm this?

FYI i am using KMS 6.6.2 with Apple OD integration for the main domain and just local users for secondary domain

many thanks for any assistance

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anthony.somerset wrote on Sat, 24 January 2009


also i assume it is possible to just delegate read access to all users of the secondary domain from webmail for the public folders? is anyone able to confirm this?


Yes, you can do so. But you'll must sign every user to "#public<_a.t_>1st_domain.any" folder and there will be one more folder like "Shared folders on #public<_a.t_>......" + standart Shared folders on 2nd domain

How to convert perdomain folders to public - i don't know...

And in some case, Outlook 2007 + KOFF can't see global public folders (its ok in web). Maybe i just can't find settings enabling it.

Sorry for english )

[Updated on: Sun, 25 January 2009 13:23]

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