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    Hello,

    Thank you for sharing your idea with us. Currently you can prevent a user from moving a public folder by removing their delete permissions. Improving upon this so that users can have access to delete messages but not access to move folders will be considered for future versions.

    Thanks,

    Arron

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    Totoche commented  · 

    If we work with OC in the public folder and ticketing, do not move to the folders and their contents. The security is not possible to block this type of action.
    Only in ActiveSync is limit action.

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    Hello Michael,

    Thank you for sharing your idea with us. Without knowing more about your setup I can’t say for sure but you may be able to improve performance by altering your configurations and/or optimizing the hardware that MDaemon uses. MDaemon is very I/O intensive but solid state drives are usually only necessary in very large installations. We have some recommended hardware specifications available by user size at http://www.altn.com/Products/MDaemon-Email-Server-Windows/System-Requirements/. Alternatively our technical support team would be happy to try to help optimize your server. If you are interested you can find all of our support options at http://www.altn.com/Support/. With all of that being said, thank you for your suggestion to optimize the message processing by making better use of the available RAM. We will consider this for future versions of MDaemon.

    Arron

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    Totoche commented  · 

    Mklink use the command to redirect certain folder on other disks (SAS or SSD)

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