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    Setting Folder Permissions from c# DotNet App

    Hi,

    OK it´s not really a C++ Development Topic, but there is no C# Development (guess it´s not supported....).

    Some time ago we migrated to Zarafa. We got a custom application thats syncing projects between our ERP and Zarafa. One part of this sync is to create a mail folder for every project in our ERP and grant access to the projectmanagers.
    The application is a c# windows app using MAPI to create folders and so on in MS Outlook. We used the Redemption library to set folderpermissions because ms mapi won´t let us do this.
    Problem is that with migrating to Zarafa Redemption stopt setting permissions...

    Is there any possibility to set folder permissions from c# code in windows?? Anything is OK, even callign an url like: server.fr/zarafa/setpermissions.php?folder=kkk?user=me (got the picture;?)

    Thanks in advance!!!

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    Re: Setting Folder Permissions from c# DotNet App

    yes I think possibility to set folder permissions from c# code in windows but install the software but I have not this software and I don't remember software name.

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