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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0005057||SOGo||Web Mail||public||2020-06-24 09:35||2020-08-04 05:33|
|Summary||0005057: mail identities and shared mailboxes|
Let suppose we share with full acl controls a mailbox like
firstname.lastname@example.org with folders INBOX, Sent, Junk, Drafts, Trash
to a set of accounts, such as email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Each email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org have their INBOX, Sent, Junk, Drafts, Trash folders too.
When email@example.com logins to SOGo webmail and mark as Junk a mail of a firstname.lastname@example.org folder, then that mail should be moved to the Junk folder of email@example.com and not to the firstname.lastname@example.org Junk folder.
I think this behavoir could be reached if you could allow selection of Junk, Trash, Drafts and Sent folders too into an email identity.
Another possibility, completely different, is to allow login as another user. SASL PLAIN let you to enter the authorization username and the authentication username. So email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org could login to the mail account email@example.com with their own passwords.
Do you think these features could be developed in SOGo?
Thank you to consider this.
This is impossible for SOGo, as sharing is only used by the IMAP server.
Ok Christian, thank you for the feedback.