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VoDennis

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Hallo,

I'd like to create an public folder for our info<_at_>...-Emails, but only visible and editable for two users, not for everyone. How can I do this?

Thank you
Dennis
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Vicky

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Hi Dennis,

You can do this as an administrator of the public folders. All you need to do is login to WebMail as the admin (or a user that is an admin of the public folders), create the folder you want and then edit the permissions (right click on the folder once its created).

I hope this helps but feel free to respond should you need any other help.

All the best,
Vicky
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VoDennis

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It works, thankyou Smile

Dennis
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VoDennis

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Hi Vicky,

now I've set all rights on our public folders to our users to be owner, to be allowed to change or to read only. This works as I expexted. Almost.
But now I'e got another problem: Users, who are allowed to change are not allowed to create sub-folders. This is only allowed to me (I'm allowed to admin this public folders). If I change one user to be admin of public folders (so he can create sub-folders), then all public folders are visible to him.

What I'd like to get is:
To set rights for each public folder, who of our users are allowed to see this public folder (to read), and who is allowed to change (move emails, create sub-folders etc.). But this doesn't mean, that this uses should have the right to see or change every public folder, instead it should only be allowed for this public folders, for which I allow him to do so.

Who can I do this?

Best regards
Dennis
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