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is there any way to set password policy exceptions for single users on a domain?

I have a few email accounts wich are just used internally and which are used in several scripts and other systems. It would be a pain to change these as regular as the ones for the usual user.



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You can make those users either just a local Kerio user (account located only on the mail server itself) or make them subject to different password policy rules in your domain.

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Oh sorry, I wrote this mistakable.

All my users are local Kerio users. All users are on that server in the same domain like "mydomain.com". For this "mydomain.com" I set a password policy. This seems to be applied to ALL local Kerio users in the same domain, but I would like to have an exception for some.

[Updated on: Fri, 31 October 2014 10:30]


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I wonder if you could create an alternate domain that contains only the users that are included in your scripts and set the password policy for that new domain to your liking? Then, assign a domain alias to the newly created domain that contains an entry for your original/primary domain.

1. tight_policy_domain (exists)
2. loose_policy_domain (create and set a loose password expiration policy)
3. script_user1@loose_policy_domain (create)
4. script_user2@loose_policy_domain (create)
5. loose_policy_domain with alias entry for tight_policy_domain (create)

See http://kb.kerio.com/1123 and give it a try.

[Updated on: Fri, 31 October 2014 16:40]

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