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Has anybody found out how to configure the public folders in KMS6?

In the previous version, I defined a "public folder administrator" (as you can still do under "Advanced Options") and created new subfolders called "#public/<name>". These folders could be accessed by other users by selecting them in the public folders list.

Now I upgraded vom KMS5 to KMS6 and my public folders has been imported. They are listed in the "Public Folders" branch, but I didn't found out, how to connect to more public folders. When I click on "Shared Folders" and enter the name of the public-folder-administrator, it says that there are no folders to share.

Since folder sharing was a different thing in KMS5 already, I can understand why this error message appears. But where is the import of an public folder hidden?

I also found out, that the public-folder-administrator is allowed to create subfolders in the "Public Folders" branch.

I would like to use them also in KMS6, since it's a nice possibilty to share folders, that have to be accessed by anyone.

Thanks a lot!


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Hey. Look at the file "admin.fld" in the mail store. That should give you a clue where to start. Smile I think there was a bug in the Public Folders administration on the install of 5.0, so it always makes the admin "admin<at>localhost" or something like that. After that, you can give others administrative priviliges in the WebMail interface itself, by right-clicking on folders that you have admin access to.


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