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robsik

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Hi,

We met an intresting problem with changing permissions on mail folders. We can see often that in mailbox people make a lot of folders and subfolders to organize their messages I do the same it's convenient.

BUT: when I have subfolder named HANDEL, that contains many subfolders and we want to share it with someone else there is a "little" problem with changing permissions. I expected to change permissions of HANDEL folder and turn something like "replace permissions entries on all child objects..." but I didn't find any options like this. I have to change permissions on HANDEL folder and any other child subfolders Sad
When we want to remove this new permissions then we have to change it on all affected subfolders Sad

Is there any possibility to manage it easier?

If there isn't then when we can expect such as option in Kerio Connect?

Robert
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zebby

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You are not alone in wanting this. You can vote for it on the Kerio feedback/suggestion site
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