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heinspein

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We have Kerio Connect 8.2.2. on Windows 2008 Server. 100 Mailboxes, Mailstore is about 300GB. Public Folders are ca. 70GB.

One user doesn't want to have access to the public folders. But there is no way to exclude him.
Even in Webmail he has the rights to read & write. Problem is, that Apple Mail syncs all public folders and subfolders. But his Harddrive ist only 80GB (an old MacBook Air).

What can we do?
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clan

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Since public folders only allows to include users, I would try creating a group of users that does not include that one user, and use it to give access to public folders.
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heinspein

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Hav10 wrote on Sat, 01 March 2014 16:14


How do I give access to a group?!
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clan

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Did you look into the Administrator's Guide? It has a whole section about public folders. In short: login with an account that has administrator permission on the folder, select the folder and add permissions for a group. Seems to work here
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