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jwpauler

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Is there any way to give a single user rights over multiple domains in the web admin system?

I have a user that I'm hosting mail for, he has 5 domains on my server -- I find it odd and somewhat disappointing that I have to create him *5* e-mail accounts just to be able to administer each of those domains...

Thoughts?

Justin
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sedell

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Originally, all you had was the admin console to administer the server and domains. The web admin was added later to enable you to give someone access and allow administration of a single domain on servers that had multiple domains.

The only way to give someone the ability to administer multiple domains with the same account is to give them access with the admin console.

Scott
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jwpauler

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Sedell,

I could give them access to the admin console, yes, but then they would have access to all kerio settings... That isn't a good thing...
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No, I wouldn't give that kind of access either, but that's the only part of the server that can access multiple domains. You can't check mail on or administer multiple domains at once (without the console), can't have cross-domain groups, address books, groupware access, etc. Once created, the domains are independent, and unaware of each other.

Scott
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