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skeates

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I have some issues with apple mail not being able to unsubscribe to certain public folders for one or two users.

After having a look I went into the sub.fld file with in the users mail store folder and noticed this.

~elinorh<_at_>domain.co.uk/Public Folders/1256_Salford/1256_Archive_2010
~elinorh<_at_>domain.co.uk/Public Folders/1253_StOlaves/1253_Archive_2010
#public<_at_>domain.co.uk/1106_Coventry_Student_Enterprise/1106_day_file
#public<_at_>domain.co.uk/1048_Hackney_Design_Panel/1048_Archive_2010
#public<_at_>domain.co.uk/1245_LowerMarsh/1245_archive_2010


This is just part of the sub.fld file, but it turned out the folders with a # infront of them were the ones that they could not unsubscribe to. the ones with the ~ were fine.

Does any one know what difference between the # and the ~ are, and why they would be flagged differently?

I have a feeling that it may have been thunderbird that had caused that issue initially for these users.

Thanks
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phil_w

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# indicates that the folder is a public one - the other ones are shared from a user, i.e. not truly public? I think...
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skeates

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Well after a bit of playing around I have discovered that ~user<_at_>domain/Public Folders/folder name is the correct format for public folders. Not found a use for the # yet but it may be a shared user folder option.

Now I just need to find out what has caused it.
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phil_w

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When creating public folders I used to have to prefix its name with # to indicate its status as 'public' - haven't done this for a while - probably since the version 5 days?
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skeates

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Well just tried susbscribing to a shared folder from another user. The only way to do this through apple mail or thunderbird by the looks of it is to subscribe to the shared folder via the web mail which then lets it appear in the email client.

This does not show anything up in the sub.fld file. So perhaps it is something left over from previous versions of kerio? I have yet to experiment with entourage at all.
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