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Hello again,

We are separating email addresses and domains for few departments, which means I have to do the same type of set up on all those 3 new domain/emails, so staff can send and receive using new email addresses.

Below is what I am doing.

Currently we have domain-A.con
Additional local domain added - domain-B.con
Additional local domain added - domain-C.con
Additional local domain added - domain-BC.con

My question is: How can I create public folders for those additional domains? Do I have to create additional admin accounts for me to be able to create public folders for them?

If so, that means we will be literally wasting 3 user licenses just for public folders.

Can I not use domain-A's public folders for the additional domains? If not, is there a way to create public folders for them without having additional admin accounts as I would very much like to keep one admin account which has all the public folders.


I would appreciate any help.

Thanks





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puretech

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wait, i think i've got it.

Is it the option in domains>public folders and switch it to Global domains?

Let me try that

update with a question: will this affect my current public folders?

[Updated on: Wed, 05 December 2012 17:06]

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