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BootsMan

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I have 6 different domains running on the same mail server - is it possible to make public folder between domains?
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Lyle M

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From the 6.0.1 release notes:

+ public folders can be set up to be separate for each domain (Administration Console/Domains/Advanced)

I would check the Advanced section of the Domain setup to see what options are available. If you do not already have 6.0.1, make sure you read all the release notes and scan this forum before installing. 6.0.1 breaks connectivity with Apple OpenDirectory, so if you use OD 6.0.1 is a really bad idea.

If I were running 6.0.1, I would look further into this and try to give you more a more detailed response.

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BootsMan

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Yes, I can see that now, but in this case it is one or another... One public folder for all domains or separate for each domain...
If I want to create one CALENDAR for all domains and at the same time create TASKS for each separate domain - I can't do that...
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