- Navigate to the (Panel > ‘Users’ > ‘Account Privileges’) page.
- Click the Account Privileges link.
- The Account Privileges page appears:
- Click the Grant Privileges to a New Person button.
- The Granting privileges page appears:
- Enter the email address and name of the person you wish to give privileges to.
You can also grant additional privileges on this page, including:
- Billing info
- Grant Privileges for other users
- Manage Private Servers
- Select the additional privileges to which you wish grant access.
- At the bottom of the page, click the Set Privileges button to save your changes.
- When you submit the information, a confirmation email is sent to the new user which requests a password change:
- After you enable privileges for the new user, you can view a full listing of what you've allowed this user to access on your account:
Revoking account privileges
- Navigate to the (Panel > 'Users' > 'Account Privileges') page.
- Click the Revoke All Privileges for ‘username’ button.
- A pop-up confirmation box appears to confirm this action.
- Click OK to finish.
Allowing users to reset their own email password
If you're an account manager with several email users, you'll find that the individual email users will need the ability to reset their own passwords. 'Account Privileges' do NOT need to be granted for this. Every email use can log into mailboxes.example.com with their email and current password. Once logged in, they can reset it.
If the user does not remember the current password, they must contact the account manager.
If panel access is required for any email address, the only option is to give access to the entire domain to that user. However, this gives the user access to ALL email addresses on the entire domain including the ability to manage the domain, so be very careful when assigning such a privilege.