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chrwei

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I know KMS public folders only have a global "read" bit and not a per user one like most other mail servers, but should a user with only "reader" permissions be able to set that bit? Isn't marking as read technically a "write" operation?

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Yes, it is. And even some clients may pretend the message in R/O public folder was marked as 'read' the change is not synchornized to the server and other users still see the message as 'unread'.
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chrwei

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I'd even prefer that, sort of. I kind of expected it to work like exchange and scalix and zimbra where public folder read bit is stored per user, it's actually been frustrating for the users because if something get put in one that everyone should or might want to read, it gets marked read by the first person and then no one else sees it. It's like if I posted on the forum here and you read it and then it's marked read for everyone. it's just not productive really.
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