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Quaxxon

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Hey Guys,

I am interested in letting users add there own accounts so I dont have to do it and wondering if it can be done?

I know that all user accounts are stored in the users.cfg file and wondering if this file can be edited and appended to, or even a good option?

Maybe even if kerio had an option to add more acounts by email like the way they would add a mailing list.

I'm surprised an option isnt already available, as Im sure all you guys also get fed up with having to do this for all your clients.

Any sugestions would be great.
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bertold

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This is also what I would like to do. It seems very easy to edit the users.cfg file, though I can't make KMS reload this file. Does anybody know if it's possible to trigger KMS to reload it?
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lebobo

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you can stop and start service Kerio and users.cfg will be reloaded !
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NoodlesNogan

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You can always install the Kerio administration console on your workstation and get in to the server that way, assuming you're able to open the ports (for external access). That's how I do it for my 5 clients; it's encrypted, it's relatively fast and doesn't require stop/start.
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bertold

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These solutions don't really solve my and Quaxxon's problem. I would like to let users add their own accounts, with no administrator actions required.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Web-based administration of users accounts is one of key features in upcoming KMS 6.1.0. The user with proper rights will be able to manage (add/remove/edit) all users inside the domain.
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st3phen

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Sadly, mailing list administration appears to have been forgotten in the new web-based admin. I've been promising this feature to my moderators since seeing this thread. Now, I am at a loss as to how I should provide this functionality. In fact, I have a face-to-face meeting with the interested parties about this subject on Thursday morning.

What to do?
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Bypartizoa

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PavelDobry wrote on Sat, 26 February 2005 07:46

Web-based administration of users accounts is one of key features in upcoming KMS 6.1.0. The user with proper rights will be able to manage (add/remove/edit) all users inside the domain.


I was happy to see this feature in KMS 6.1.0. However it does not allow you to add users from Open Directory or Active Directory, which unfortunately makes this feature of no use to us.

Will Kerio be adding OD/AD/LDAP support to the web based admin tool? It would be very helpful to many of us.

[Updated on: Tue, 02 August 2005 21:34]

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jeffleeismyhero

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st3phen wrote on Tue, 02 August 2005 19:05

Sadly, mailing list administration appears to have been forgotten in the new web-based admin. I've been promising this feature to my moderators since seeing this thread. Now, I am at a loss as to how I should provide this functionality. In fact, I have a face-to-face meeting with the interested parties about this subject on Thursday morning.

What to do?



I would like this functionality as well. This is one thing I miss from my soon to be old mailserver (CommuniGate Pro).
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