annotations per-user NOT per-folder
murch at andrew.cmu.edu
Tue Apr 4 08:25:37 EDT 2006
Michael Karrer wrote:
> Probably my mail client isn't good enough:
> 1. I use Thunderbird as a mail client
> 2. My mailserver is Cyrus and postfix
> 3. I have set up shared folders for all users in my company
> 4. I press the keys 1-5 which means "Mark Message as - Important, ready,
> ..." and so on
> 5. Now all user sees that this message is whatever i set it too - And
> that's exactly what i don't want!
> So is there a way of globally and private setting a mail to important in
> general shared folders ?!? - or did i simply misunderstand or miss
> described my problem?!
Ah, you're talking about message flags (keywords actually). All flags
other than \Seen are shared flags in Cyrus. If/when we implement
message annotations, we could make keywords private. There is currently
no way to change the behavior that you're seeing.
> Btw: The share folders are not under some users INBOX but on the same
> level as the users INBOXes.
> Thanks for your help!
> Ken Murchison schrieb:
>> Michael Karrer wrote:
>>> Hello List,
>>> Is there a way to make the annotations (like important, to do...)
>>> "per user" and not "per folder" - just like the seen unseen database?
>>> Per folder just doesnt make sense in a large company with a lot of
>> Cyrus supports both shared and private (per-user) mailbox annotations,
>> depending on the annotation. /comment, for instance can be private
>> and/or shared.
>> If you're talking about messages annotations, Cyrus doesn't support
>> them (yet).
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