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Thread: [SOLVED] unable to remove domain document account

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    Default [SOLVED] unable to remove domain document account

    Hello,

    Does anyone know as to remove a domain document account from the Administration Console?

    Thanks

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    I found the solution,

    I think we can do this only from the CLI, then from here we have to use:

    $ zmprov
    prov> gd example.com
    prov> md example.com -zimbraNotebookAccount wiki@example.com
    prov> da wiki@example.com

    where example.com is the domain and wiki@example.com is de Domain Document account we wish to remove.

    In this way we are able to recreate another Domain Document Accont.

    That's all

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    Yup, that's an intentional preventative measure.
    If you upgraded your 5.0.3 to 5.0.5 you'd get a better error message with directions to essentially do what you just did if you absolutely need to delete a domain wiki.
    Bug 22464 - DomainLevelWiki: Dont allow deleting domainlevelwiki once created or handle the problems

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    Right it seem to be a clever measure. In my situation I wanted just delete a new Domain Wiki Account, so any problem. But it's true! The introduced difficulty for deleting a so critical account is very important

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