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How do you keep a mailbox available to a group of users, while making the mailbox behave like a mailing list?

I mean, when a user reads a message, this should be not marked as read for anyone. This is much like a mailing list, but the people in the group should be able to send using the mailbox address as a regular account.

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migrated from Apr 9 '11 at 6:55

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If you are using Dovecot as IMAP server, you can enable its acl plugin for mailbox sharing. Reference:

If you are using iRedMail, a free and open source mail server bundle, it's easy to achieve:

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