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MacSuperSonic

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Hello everybody,

i have a Kerio 7 installation up and running.
Apple Mail is configured and have access to the public folder. When a second user is creating a subfolder to an existing folder, the first user didn't get this folder in his Mail.app.

So have to open the account preferences > Subscriptions (or sth. like that) and have to check that folder Shocked

Is there a way to configure Kerio so the folders are automatically subscribed and shown on the computers?
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MacSuperSonic

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No one an idea?
Can be true, that i have to open the configuration window, make 4 clicks, and renew the subscriptions to the public folders! Shocked
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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These subscriptions are managed by the client. Server can't enforce this.
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MacSuperSonic

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I only know it from dovecot and the option "subscriptions=yes" for the namespace. With this option new folders are automatically subscribed by Apple Mail.

Any idea how to realize it with Kerio Connect?
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MacSuperSonic

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Push.

Nobody with a solution?

[Updated on: Tue, 09 April 2013 17:36]

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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It probably depends on the account type in Apple Mail. With IMAP all new folders must be subscribed manually. In Exchange IMAP the client lists the folders over WebDAV and situation is different.
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