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brandon@technico.us

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Hello,

Is it possible to set user accounts to be automatically disabled if they have not been accessed in, for example, 90 days?

Is it possible to see at a glance all user accounts which have not been accessed in, for example, the past 30 days?

Thanks for any info.
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tonyswu

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In the user section, right click on the column header area, and you can enable showing the option "Last Login". This will tell you when the user last logged in using their account. I think the only way to disable an account is to manually do it.
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brandon@technico.us

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Ah! Perfect, thanks for pointing this out. The quick look at Last Login will meet my needs just fine.
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Kedar

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It should be possible do it automatically with Administration API - http://www.kerio.com/developers
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