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Thread: [SOLVED] cli for changing rights to existing shared folder

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    Default [SOLVED] cli for changing rights to existing shared folder

    I have six shared folders, each in a separate account.
    I need to change the rights to these shared folders from viewer (r) to manage (rwid) for 40 accounts.
    I found how to create and assign rights at the command line but not how to use zmmailbox modifyFolderGrant to change the rights to existing shared folders (not the entire account but a folder inside the account).
    Thanks for any help.
    Anne

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    have you read the wiki article for zmmailbox?

    you'd want something like this

    Code:
    zmmailbox -z -m sharedaccount@domain.com mfg /path/to/shared/folder employee@domain.com rwid
    sharedaccount@domain.com would be the account under hwich the shared folder is, and employee@domain.com is the person you want to have rwid for.

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    I did read the Wiki but wasn't able to figure out from it exactly what to use.
    I'll try this now.
    Thanks again.

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    Default line that worked

    I needed to add one word to make it work:

    zmmailbox -z -m shared_account_name@domain /path_sharedFolder account user@domain rw

    Thanks for the guidance!

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