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FloFMS

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Hello

I have a Problem with Kerio Connect and Public Folders. On MS Outlook on Windows 2008 Terminal Server all works fin. But on my Mac OS X Clients (5 Clients) with Lion the Public Directory shows not the Full structure. On the first Level all Directory where listed. But on the second Level is only the First Directory works normal. When i select on of the Corrupt Directory it shows me the mails but i can´t open it (shows no deeper Directorys).

What can i do?

Gruß

Florian
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TorW

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Did you configure the accounts as "Exchange IMAP"? If so, click "Get Account Info" in the bottom of the left pane, click "Subscription list" in the window that appears and select the folders you want to see.

Can't guarantee it will help, but it's worth a try.
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FloFMS

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Thats it.

Next Problem:

I can´t se any Public Folder on our iPhones?
What can i do?


Regards

Florian
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