Shared Folder's Tree has disappeared
On the new interface, shared folder appear in a flat mode. No matter if they are originally organized in a tree of directories, you see them each under the other alphabetically sorted. It's unusable for someone, as me, who share multiple accounts (for client's support), and trese of folder in each account. For this reason I switched back to the old interface.
It seems to me that Kerio Connect 8 web interface is still a beta product.
Shared folder hierarchy is available in Kerio Connect 8.4.0 RC 1.
Thomas Fankhauser commented
Hi, we just updated to 8.3.2 and we are very surprized. why is it still not fixed?
Is this "By Design !Missing Essential Feature!" going to be kept missing?
It's been almost a year since this feedback was first submitted! Bizarre!
Sven Giermann commented
This seems to be fixed in 8.1.0 for mails...
BUT everything (not only Shared Folders) is still flat for Calendars, Contacts, ToDos and Notes.
Please allow hierarchy here too!
James Pearce commented
Being new to Kerio, I thought this was the norm for the Kerio webmail. Then I switched to classic mode and found the hierarchy on the shared folders showed. Missing the hierarchy doesn't make the new webmail unusable for us, but certainly more confusing.
Marilyn Riches commented
A directory structure destroyed by design why does Kerio think we implemented sub directorys in the first place
Barton Architekten Administrator commented
We use a tree-sctructure in shared folders, one for each project. And the folders in each project are named the same: "inbox", "outbox", … – so the flat display renders this totally unusable, nobody can tell which folder belongs to which project any more. Very bad :-(
Rolf Eder commented
I filed a bug report for this but received a reply that it was intentional "by design".
It's a pity you have to make feature requests in order to get back basics like nested folders ...
The topic is discussed here http://forums.kerio.com/t/23530// and in other posts at the user forum.
Marcel Humme commented