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Hi,

we have a distributed domain setup with 8.2 and need public folders in both sites. I know that there is no official solution, but I would like to ask, if someone found a working solution?

My idea is to map the needed folders via NFS from the master server, but unfortunatly there is the "keriodb", which uses a internal UUID and I dont know how to edit it. Can someone give me some hint how to edit the internal keriodb?

Thanks
Tom
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re,

I mounted /opt/kerio/mailserver/store/mail/#public from the master server to the slave to /opt/kerio/mailserver/store/mail/#public/site2 and in Outlook as well as in the webfrontend the kalanders and contacts appeared.

But when I set a new event in one of the calendars from the master site, I took some seconds to see it on the slave site. When I access the calandar with webmail, there is an error box with the messages "folders are indexed" (something like that, the kerio is in german).

When a create an event on the slave site, it took some minutes befor it is seeable and in the webmail the indexing error appears also.

So it is not really workable. Maybe someone found a working solution?
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