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Hi everybody,

I would like to change from "Global for all domains" to "Unique for each domain" but keep the existing public calendars an addressbooks in some domains. I found a tutorial* for the reverse and if I got it right, this is what I would do:

1. Going to the Admin Console->Configuration->Domains->Public Folders and select the option 'Unique for each domain'

2. Stop Kerio Connect

3. Copy the contents of the /usr/local/kerio/mailserver/store/mail/#public folder in every /usr/local/kerio/mailserver/store/mail/<domain>/#public folder where <domain> is the domain which should use the existing data.

4. Start Kerio Connect

Is this the right way? What else do I have to take care about? Do I need to delete the /usr/local/kerio/mailserver/store/mail/#public folder after copying?

Thanks for your help and regards,

* kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-connect/server-configuration/how- to-change-from-individual-public-folders-to-global-public-fo lders-and-keep-your-existing-public-folder-data-720.html
Mark Price (Kerio)

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Hi Florian

Switching public folders in this way does require you to move any data from the old #public to the new #public, so you are doing this correctly. the KB works both ways as well.

You can leave the data in the old #public as a copy if you wish, but you could consider deleting it if its not required. You will still have backups that contain this.

Hope this helps.

Mark Price
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