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vdboots

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Hey everyone,

I have a question on the quota of Kerio.

I just migrated my Exchange 2007 and active directory envoirment to a kerio connect and Mac OSX envoirmet.

I just installed a domain with 60 users from a opendirectory domain.

but i can't find 2 things. when i create a users it should automatec share a read only calendar so everybody can see it.

And i found the user quota that i can set per user but i wan't to have this automatic for the whole domain. so that all users and new users have a mailbox limit of 2GB.

i hope you can answers my questions.

Regards,

Vincent

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marook

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Quota: You should be able to save a Template and put it on the user when you create the user.
You can't set a default limit on domain itself - as I can see.

Regarding the calendar: Is it a Public Folder calendar, or?
You can't auto-share personal calendars to all users, but you can make sure all in the domain has RO access to it.
To see it, people have to show it via Delagation settings (iCal) or 'Other, I can access' (Entourage) - both under the Account settings..

Regards,

Jakob Peterhänsel
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