These screenshots are taken from the most important screens of Cyrusmaster. They depict actions on user mailboxes as well as on shared folder.

Quick search results of a user's mailbox.
Quicksearch results of the users on the LDAP server.
A user's properties stored on the LDAP server. The Cyrus administrator may also modify them from this screen.
A user may exist in the LDAP without having the mail service actived.
Activate mail service for a user.
Add a user in the LDAP tree.
Modify the access permissions a user has on some shared folders.
Display user's dynamically grounded permissions.
A user's mailbox with its subfolders. All necessary actions on the mailbox are carried out from this screen.
Modify the Access Control Lists on a user's mailbox.
Advanced search for users on the LDAP server.
Create a user's mailbox. The user entry on the LDAP server is supposed to have been inserted.
Quick search results for a shared folder.
Rename a shared folder or change the disk partition Cyrus stores it's contents.
The properties of a shared folder. These properties are stored on the LDAP server and may be modfied from this screen.
From this screen one may modify a shared folder as well as its subfolders.
Search for a shared folder using any combination of its name or e-mail address.
Modify the Access Permisssions on a shared folder.
Create an LDAP filter to use as a dynamic access permission for the shared folder. All users that match this filter are granted the permission to the folder.
The LDAP filter for the dynamic access permission is resolved against the LDAP server. Information on the users that match the filter is returned.
Creating a shared folder. Step 1 of 3.
Creating a shared folder. Step 2 of 3.
Creating a shared folder. Step 3 of 3.