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Brian Reichow

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A customer wants to enable items clean-out on certain user accounts. (Not at the domain level.)

From reading the Kerio Connect 8.0.2 documentation, I cannot tell if turning on the "all folders" clean-out on a specific user will also cause clean-out of calendars in Public Folders. Certainly that would be the case if domainwide clean-out was turned on, but will it if we're only talking about certain users?

The customer doesn't want the Public Folder calendars to be cleaned out. I'm hoping the answer is "no."

[Updated on: Thu, 01 August 2013 23:32]

Mark Price (Kerio)

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Hi Brian

I'm afraid that the 'All folders' option in Items clean out does include Public folders. So Calender folders, mail folders would be affected as well as personal folders.

You could suggest this as a feature request, with the 'Suggest idea' feature in the Kerio webadmin.

Hope this helps!

Mark Price
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