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Spacey

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Hi!
Since it's actually not possible to un-subscribe (within OSX's mail.app) a public shared folder I need a work-around.

Situation:

I've created several public shared folders. They belong to me and I gave group & individual permissions to other people who need the content of these folders. But I don't need these folders myself but I've got now several 10K eMails with attachments now in my mail.app since moving to 10.9.

Since these folders belong to me I can't simple take the permissions away from myself. Is there any chance (command line?!) to change the ownership of these public folders away from me to another Kerio account so I'm out of that public folder hell?

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Spacey

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OK, a lot of views but nobody an idea or solution on this? Smile
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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The solution is very easy. If you are the owner of all public folders, add this right to another user: http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-connect/server-configurati on/setting-access-rights-in-kerio-connect-1131.html
If you are just administrator in some folders, simply add a new user with admin rights to the folder permissions.
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Spacey

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Thanks a lot - this helped me to get out of the TONS of unwanted eMail terror!!!!

Just set the administrative permissions to someone else - great!

Hell this saved me over 20GBs of Mail-"Trash"!!

[Updated on: Tue, 20 May 2014 19:55]

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