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rharrelson

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Is there any way for a non-admin user to change their password (as in Connect for example)? If I set up our 60 users via the admin interface, it seems as far as I can tell that I would have to do any password changes there.

Robert
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rharrelson

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No, but seriously, will there be a way for users to change their own passwords in a coming release?

Robert Harrelson
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Jarda Snajdr (Kerio)

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Hello Robert,

this feature will be in version 1.1. It's quite simple and makes perfect sense.

Jarda
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rharrelson

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Glad to hear it. Thanks for the response.

Robert
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stooley

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any ballpark figure of when we will see a 1.1 beta? Would love to get this on CentOS Smile
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Jarda Snajdr (Kerio)

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Hello

the first 1.1 beta is two or three weeks away. We plan to release regular monthly betas, with evolving feature set, as we did in the 1.0 beta period.

Jarda
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nhoague

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Question on this: We are running the newest beta Workspace and I have "User can change password" enabled. But, how does the user change their password?

Thanks.
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Jarda Snajdr (Kerio)

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Click on your name in the top right corner. In the context menu, the action 'Change password' is there. But only if:
- the feature is enabled for you (the checkbox in admin interface)
- you use HTTPS

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nhoague

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HTTPS ... I shoulda known. Smile

Thanks!
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