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Prevent groupwise client system folders from being moved to subfolders

Idea ID 2703772

Prevent groupwise client system folders from being moved to subfolders

Since gms is very sensitive concerning system folder not being in their default location, then please prevent them from being moved accidentally or intentionally into subfolders. I had users who had their calendar folder moved to inbox which created weird issues on the gms such as high cpu usage in the python process.

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twarburton Contributor.
Contributor.

Just don't let it happen without a real warning!

You are about to move your mailbox to a subdirectory XXX -

Do you want to do this?? Y/N

schleissheimer Super Contributor.
Super Contributor.

Hi,

when will this be implemented?

The old ideas portal said:

"This is available in 18.1 which is shipping today 10/31/2018. For customers on maintenance this should be available for download in your customer portal over the next couple of days."

But sill no progress...

Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

This has been implemented in a slightly different way that what you might be expecting.  In the new GroupWise client you can right-click on the mailbox and use the option to "Reset System Folders".

 

schleissheimer Super Contributor.
Super Contributor.

so I tell all of my users every day before they go home to "Reset System Folders".
Because if they are at home and note that mobility isn't synching it is too late to do that...

in my opinion to mark "Prevent groupwise client system folders from being moved to subfolders" as solved with a button in a context menu is ridiculous.

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