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Dear all,

I've created a user within a certain domain with edit rights for that domain. This ought to allow someone logging in and updating the member list of a mailing list for that domain.

However, now it seems one needs global edit rights to be able to upload a csv file ?

Is there a work around ?




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I would like to try and replicate the issue. Can you provide a more specific step by step?

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With pleasure

In your Kerio web interface log in as administrator and go to a 'sub' domain.
This is any domain not set as the primary.

Create a user (in that domain) with edit rights.
This is the second option; <subdomain>accounts

Now create a mailing list in that domain.

Log out, and now log in as the user you've created on the sub domain.
When editing the mailing list members you'll notice uploading a csv is not possible.

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