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nonzero

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After upgrading to 6.2, some public folders that had assigned Access Rights to some groups suddenly dropped those rights. Now I can't seem to add Access Rights to a group. I can (in webmail), open Access Rights, click "Add", select "Group", and enter a name. The name gets added to the list with "<_at_>domain.com", then fails when I hit OK.

Error is: "Error: Unable to set access rights"

Has anyone else experienced this? Am I missing something?

Thanks.
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nonzero

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Nobody else having this problem, huh?

I've also tried assigning access rights to a group via Outlook and KOC, but it won't take there, either.
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Kerio_ktrumbull

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Please file a ticket. There is a known issue if you are trying to use groups with spaces in the names for assigning access rights.

Kevin Trumbull
Kerio Technical Support Team Leader
http://support.kerio.com
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frsmtbkk

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You are not alone.

I lost ALL my access right settings whether users or groups to public fodler after upgrading to KMS 6.2.1. The only one left on all the public folder was the administrator.

I'm very upset about this. Yes, I've submitted a ticket for this case.
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frsmtbkk

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Was it an issue in the version before 6.2.1? because I setup extensive access right by using Active Directory Groups that had spaces in between. It seem to work find until i upgraded to 6.2.1 on Sunday...
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