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    Harley77 is offline Active Member
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    Default Revoking shares from the commandline

    I need to revoke shares for the Calendar folder from the command line (for scripting purposes). I have scripts that can modify permissions and set them to "None", but what I would like to do is revoke it entirely just as you would do if you clicked the "Revoke" link in the share option. Simply setting it to none still leaves the entry there. I'm sure it's in the zmmailbox command somewhere, but all my searching has yielded nothing.

    Any ideas?

    Thank you.

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    chads is offline Active Member
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    I have the same problem. Have you been able to find a solution. I did find that using modifyFolderGrant, there is a "delete" permission. But I am not sure if this is the same.

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