Allows an administrator to add, delete and display user accounts. It also enables an administrator to change the user's password or make other modifications to the account.
Using the top section of the page, you can add, delete, modify or display a user account by clicking on the appropriate button. You can also change a user's password by clicking on the Change Password button. To display a different user account, select the username from the User list box. The settings listed below, display information for all user accounts:
Current Domain. Displays the currently selected domain. To view or modify attributes for a different domain, select the domain from this list box.
Total amount of users. The total number of users that exist on the current domain. This number includes the "root" user account.
Total amount of users allowed. The maximum number of users allowed on the current host as specified in the host settings.
Total users Directory Size. The total size ,in kilobytes, of your users directory which is located at IMail Top Directory/Users.
The attributes listed below, apply to all users on the domain. To change the default attributes for a user account, select or clear the following options, and click Update Attributes:
User cannot change password. Prevents the user from changing their account password.
Account access disabled. Prevents the user from logging into their account.
Hide from information services. Does not show your user information to other Internet users.
Enable Spell Checking. Enables spell checking for users. This is available on the Compose, Reply-to, Forward and Draft pages. See also Setting Java for Spell Check.
Host Administrator. Enables the user to have host administrator capabilities.
Allow Web access. Allows the user to access IMail through Web Messaging.
User cannot modify LDAP attributes. Prevents the user from modifying the LDAP attributes.
List Administrator. Enables the user to have List Administrator capabilities.
Enable IMail Web Calendaring. Allows the user to have Web Calendaring access directly from Web Messaging. Enabling this option for users will create a Web Calendaring link under Personal Account Options.
System Administrator. Enables the user to have System Administrator capabilities.
Note to IMail 25 users: The root user for the primary host does not count toward the 25 limit. Root users for all other virtual host do count toward the 25 limit. Each list also counts as a user. For example, if you have 20 users and 5 lists, you have met the limit and will not be allowed to create any new users or lists. If you attempt to create a new user or list after reaching 25, you will receive an error message. See also IMail Server 25 Overview.