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    Question Whoto change the Type of a Folder

    Hello!

    We've recently migrated to ZCS for Oracle, and some of our users use Tasks very heavily. Some of them have more than one folder for tasks.

    Here's the problem; after migrating users that had task-folders in Oracle now finds these folders under Mail in Zimbra.

    Obviously these folders have a wrong flag of some sort. Is there any way to flag these folders as Task-folders?

    Thanks!

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    Could you post a screen shot of what you mean ?

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    Hello!

    I'm sorry if I did'nt explain my self very well!

    I need to move some folders from the mail "listing" to the task "listing". I've included a screenshot of one of the users that is affected.

    Now, the following folders where Task-folders in Oracle, but after the migration they are Mail-folders:
    * Kanselerte oppgaver
    * Utførte oppgaver
    * Utsatte oppgaver

    The tasks that where not placed in folders, got migrated to tasks.

    I suspect that the problem is related to a folder-flag, as all folders are IMAP folders.

    Hope I made the problem more clear now!

    Thanks!
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