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Thread: [SOLVED] Share Trash Folder? (ZCS 5)

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    Default [SOLVED] Share Trash Folder? (ZCS 5)

    Has anyone found a way for a user to share their Trash folder with other users (such as how they can share their Inbox or other folders) ? Our users have a need for this, and I haven't found a way to do it either via the web interface or via Outlook w/ZCO. This is with ZCS 5.0.18_GA_3011.

    I'm guessing it's not currently possible, so I will probably be submitting an RFE. Seems like it wouldn't be too hard to implement. (?)


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    Have a look at Zmmailbox - Zimbra :: Wiki
    From what I can see of a listing of my folders it looks like the Trash folder is in the "conv" (conversation?) view.

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    Thank you! Yes, the zmmailbox command seems to allow all the sharing we need. So for example if Joe requests to share his Trash folder read/write with Mary, the command would be:
    zmmailbox -z -m joe@domain  mfg  /Trash  account  mary@domain  rw
    Hopefully the number of our people who need this will be small, so that we won't have to handle too many requests.

    Still, it would be nice if sharing the Trash & Drafts folders (or even the entire account) could be accomplished by the user himself in Outlook/Zimbra webmail, just as is possible with other folders. I will mark this thread solved, but perhaps submit an RFE for that.


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