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    Default Commandline "permissions" values

    I've not been having any luck finding docs on this, and my searches here and on the wiki haven't helped. I do apologize if this is something already documented and I somehow overlooked it.

    The answer to my previous question made me realize I can't find what values are accepted for "permissions" in commands such as mfg. I've surmised "r" is read, but my attempts at other commands have not been terribly successful. Any pointers? Am I missing something obvious?

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    Question Me too, me too

    *Bump*

    Would like to know, too. The wiki article on "zmmailbox" at some point lists "rwidx". I could guess what "r", "w" and "x" are for coherence with unix file permissions, but what about "i" and "d"?

    Thanks in advance to whoever can provide a complete list.
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    Default CHeck out soap.txt

    This data taken from soap.txt:

    r - read
    w - write
    i - insert
    d - delete
    a - administer
    x - accept/decline invites
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    Wonderful, thank you very much.
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    What does the "administer" right do? I was hoping that it would allow managers to further delegate resources (mount, right-click, Share... for an account other than your own), but it appears not to.

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    Somewhat related question: [How] can I get an audit report of all grants system-wide? I don't see where this data is stored. Cycling through getAllAccounts/getAllFolders/getFolderGrants would be effective, but rather inefficient.

    I'm working on scripts to reproduce legacy Novell GroupWise proxy grants in Zimbra. Getting useful ACL information out of GW was challenging... I'd hope it would be easier in Zimbra-land. I don't expect that we'll be wanting to migrate away from Zimbra any time soon, but I'd like to know if someone was sharing their inbox with the public, for example.

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