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Hello everyone... I have two questions.

I am using Kerio MailServer 6.0.10 (Trial) to setup our office email. I am using IMAP and am attempting to create public folders for everyone to access and share.

The problem is that they are not able to create new folders... only the ones that the "Administrator" creates. They can move messages in and out, just cant create new ones. I have the permission setup as "All Authenticated Users" as "Editor". Wouldnt that be enough?

Also... I want is it possible to syncronize a calendar through Outlook 2003 via Kerio? Or is this only available in 6.1?

If it makes a difference, I am running this on a Linux server.

Thanks alot!

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The Kerio Outlook Connector will do calendar sharing/folder sharing, etc. I must warn you though. In it's current incarnation, I wouldn't recommend it. The server works well for POP3/SMTP, the Outlook Connector has bugs/flaws, whatever you want to call them. I bought it based on the OC, and it was a mistake on my part. Search around the forums a bit and you'll see what I mean.
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