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JoePrecious

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Testing Kerio Mailserver for my parents office and one thing I'd like to be able to do is disable the Public Folders so theat they are not visible either in Outlook or via Webmail - is there any way to do this?

They don't have any need for Public Folders and it will just confuse people by them being there.

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peterj

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Just remove them from the permissions in the acl.fld file

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JoePrecious

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peterj wrote on Mon, 08 November 2004 15:42



Just remove them from the permissions in the acl.fld file




Any chance you could elaborate a bit or point me in the direction of a guide? I've found the file you mention but it only seems to have the admin account listed, not the other accounts which just have read access.

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peterj

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I'm not sure what you want to achieve then?

I don't think you can unsubscribe from the root level if this is what you want.

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