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azotazot

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hi

for some reason our company uses a separate application for the the billing administration of e-mail accounts.

i wonder if there is any way to create a user or group programmatically (say VB .NET, C# etc.) ?

thanks.
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winkelman

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No, currently there's no API do perform such tasks. The only thing you could do is directly edit the relevant config files. But this can only be done while the server is stopped!
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azotazot wrote on Sun, 18 June 2006 16:34

hi

for some reason our company uses a separate application for the the billing administration of e-mail accounts.

i wonder if there is any way to create a user or group programmatically (say VB .NET, C# etc.) ?

thanks.


Open a ticket at support.kerio.com, we asked the same thing (Java API) months ago. If enough people ask for it maybe it will get an higher priority.
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sedell

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If you have directory service integration, you might be able to do this by programmatically updating the directory. I don't know about other directories, but with Active Directory, you can control most aspects of the user account.

Scott
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jshaw541

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azotazot wrote on Sun, 18 June 2006 07:34

hi

for some reason our company uses a separate application for the the billing administration of e-mail accounts.

i wonder if there is any way to create a user or group programmatically (say VB .NET, C# etc.) ?

thanks.


This sounds like the job of a directory service, such as Active Directory, or some other LDAP server.

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