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RE2o1o

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I have a client who needs to be able to control user rights within kerio. We need to be able to restrict deletion of emails and contacts (webmail). Is there anyway to modify these rights?

thanks in advance! Roman
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marook

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What's in the Users account, is the Users!

You can restrict Public Folders, but not on such a detailed level. Ie: write or no-write.

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Jakob Peterhänsel
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iTinyK

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Can you explain a bit more? Is this a in the "public" area or is it the private user contacts/mail?

Cheers
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RE2o1o

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Tiny; this would apply to the individual user. Basically in our scenario, we would like to limit the users ability to easily delete or manipulate the inbox; period. The owner is paranoid about the information, and in a case of forced deletion, or intentional manipulation of the data, we can use that to back up our argument against any problem with an employee. I know it sounds weird but it is what it is.
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marook

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Enable the Archive function and don't look back!
That way, you have an Archive of ALL send and received messages on the server, and in case needed, an admin can find it.

Regards,

Jakob Peterhänsel
Consultant - Humac A/S

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AppleSeed/CQF member since 1998
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