3106 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Mar 12, 2010 12:10 PM by pterobyte
well, you can use cyradmin to take a look at the other shared folders on the server side without changing anything. i'm going to guess that's the way the shared folder was setup in the first place.
of course, this begs the question: why does this client/company share 45 gb of sent mail in this fashion, and how could they better use technology and/or resources for their needs?
it sounds like yet another gross misuse of mail standards. just because you can share that huge pile of mail data doesn't mean you should.
You can only share it via IMAP ACLs and the simplest way to set these up is using SirAdmin as pointed out by foilpan.
That said, you should quickly consider alternatives. That 45GB mailbox is going to bite you sooner or later. Cyrus is not good at handling such large mailboxes (and I fully agree with foilpan that this is not good practice)