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Problem: the mailstore is on an external RAID that is attached to the host system. By sharing these volumes in VMWare I can make them available for the guest system (Debian Lenny). Permissions look ok to me, at least I can read and write in any of the directories when logged in on the guest.

KMS is complaining about opening or creating mailboxes when receiving new messages:

Result: failed, Status: 5.1.2 Cannot open or create destination mailbox

When accessing the mailbox in webmail the INBOX looks like a regular folder and contained messages are not visible. Subfolders and their content are ok. Sending messages and other IMAP tasks are working, too.

The mailstore was previously attached to a Mac OS X host and still works fine when accessed from there.
I even fiddled with the /etc/fstab entry to change default ownership and permissions for the shared volumes, but to no avail.

I also tried the preconfigured CentOS VM provided by Kerio but could not get any shared folders to work with that one at all.

Thanks for any hints.
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Update:

Turns out, error messages disappear and incoming messages can be delivered to mailboxes when shared volumes in question are set to ignore ownership. After doing so, the "INBOX" itself and its content appears as supposed again. But permissions are set to r/w for everyone....

Is that the expected way to handle this? Or am I missing something?
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