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iiihelpdesk

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Is there an option in user maintenance to control which users can use the webmail.

Also options to force password changes and minimum password length, password quality.
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becatlibra

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I need to know this too. Wow this was posted a long time ago!

Version 6.1.0 *should* have something like this.

Anyone?

Password complexity settings, force password changes?

Thanks

Benjamin
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Kerio_jthomas

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> Password complexity settings, force password changes?

This is best handled with a directory service provider like Open Directory or Active Directory.

I can file a suggestion, but I doubt that we will include this feature; other things we will add are more directly related to enhancing mail, and directory service providers are quite widespread.

Cheers,
Joshua Thomas

Joshua Thomas
Technical Support Manager
2350 Mission College Blvd, Suite 400
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Phone: (408) 496-4500
Fax: (408) 496-6902
http://www.kerio.com/support.html

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becatlibra

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Okay

How would I go about setting this up? We don't use a domain right now at all (just workstations on a workgroup.)

What do I need to do to set up a directory service on the *nix box that the mail server is on?
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nickrooster

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Totally depends on your version/type of *nix and what you want to do. Kerio directly can work with Active Directory (obviously must be hosted on a Windows server, as it is an MS product), or Apple's OpenDirectory.

For LDAP on *nix, setting up user permissions, etc., you can set up OpenLDAP. Or you could try Fedora Directory Server. All up to you. Might I suggest making a domain, though, for proper authentication/timestamps and for the fun and excitement of learning?

-Nick
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