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administrator user permissions roles

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PROBLEM

How do I create and administer admin users roles in my atmail mail server installation?

ENVIRONMENT

  • atmail mail server

CAUSE

Requirement for admin user account administration.

RESOLUTION

The following document will be divided into the following sections:

What are admin user roles?

Admin user roles are a preset list of permissions that you can assign to your admin users. Using these roles allows you to create and edit admin users easier, by giving them a preset list of permissions without the need to select specific permissions each time an admin user is created or edited.

Adding admin user roles

  1. Log into your webadmin.
    https://yourhostname.com/admin/
  2. Go to webadmin > Security > List roles

    webadmin-security-listroles.png

  3. Click onto Create sub role under the user role you want to create a new user role under.
  4. Role name
    Give your new user role a name.
  5. Role description
    Give your new user role a description.
    1. all ON/OFF    
      Access to everything
    2. account.all ON/OFF    
      Right to all account actions
    3. account.add ON/OFF    
      Right to add accounts
    4. account.delete ON/OFF    
      Right to delete accounts
    5. account.edit ON/OFF    
      Right to edit accounts
    6. account.list ON/OFF    
      Right to view list of accounts
    7. account.view ON/OFF    
      Right to view an account
    8. account.import ON/OFF    
      Right to imports accounts
    9. account.export ON/OFF    
      Right to export accounts
    10. domain.all ON/OFF    
      Right to all domain actions
    11. domain.add ON/OFF    
      Right to add domains
    12. domain.delete ON/OFF    
      Right to delete domains
    13. domain.edit ON/OFF    
      Right to edit domains
    14. domain.view ON/OFF    
      Right to view domain information
    15. service.all ON/OFF    
      Right to all service actions
    16. service.imap.view ON/OFF    
      Right to view IMAP settings
    17. service.imap.edit ON/OFF    
      Right to edit IMAP settings
    18. service.smtp.view ON/OFF    
      Right to view SMTP settings
    19. service.smtp.edit ON/OFF    
      Right to edit SMTP settings
    20. service.spam.view ON/OFF    
      Right to view anti-spam settings
    21. service.spam.edit ON/OFF    
      Right to edit anti-spam settings
    22. service.antivirus.view ON/OFF    
      Right to view anti-virus settings
    23. service.antivirus.edit ON/OFF    
      Right to edit anti-virus settings
    24. service.mailaliases.list ON/OFF    
      Right to view list of mail aliases
    25. service.mailaliases.add ON/OFF    
      Right to add mail aliases
    26. service.mailaliases.delete ON/OFF    
      Right to delete mail aliases
    27. service.mailrelays.list ON/OFF    
      Right to view list of mail relays
    28. service.mailrelays.add ON/OFF    
      Right to add mail relays
    29. service.mailrelays.delete ON/OFF    
      Right to delete mail relays
    30. service.publishconfig ON/OFF    
      Right to publish configuration files
    31. service.dav.view ON/OFF    
      Right to view dav settings
    32. service.dav.edit ON/OFF    
      Right to edit dav settings
    33. dashboard.all ON/OFF    
      Right to access all dashboard components
    34. dashboard.gettingstarted ON/OFF    
      Right to access Getting Started wizard
    35. dashboard.logs.search ON/OFF    
      Right to search logs
    36. dashboard.logs.view ON/OFF    
      Right to view log graphs and info
    37. dashboard.myaccount ON/OFF    
      Right to access My Account page
    38. dashboard.tour ON/OFF    
      Right to access Tour Checklist page
    39. dashboard.statistics ON/OFF    
      Right to view server statistics
    40. settings.all ON/OFF    
      Right to all settings actions
    41. settings.logs.view ON/OFF    
      Right to view logging settings
    42. settings.logs.edit ON/OFF    
      Right to edit logging settings
    43. settings.global.view ON/OFF    
      Right to view 'global' settings
    44. settings.global.edit ON/OFF    
      Right to edit 'global' settings
    45. settings.branding.view ON/OFF    
      Right to view branding settings
    46. settings.branding.edit ON/OFF    
      Right to edit branding settings
    47. security.all ON/OFF    
      Right to all security actions
    48. security.passwordpolicy.view ON/OFF    
      Right to view password policy settings
    49. security.passwordpolicy.edit ON/OFF    
      Right to edit password policy settings
    50. security.authentication.view ON/OFF    
      Right to view authentication settings
    51. security.authentication.edit ON/OFF    
      Right to edit authentication settings
    52. security.user.all ON/OFF    
      Right to all user actions
    53. security.user.add ON/OFF    
      Right to add admin users
    54. security.user.delete ON/OFF    
      Right to delete admin users
    55. security.user.edit ON/OFF    
      Right to edit admin users
    56. security.user.list ON/OFF    
      Right to view list of admin users
    57. security.user.view ON/OFF    
      Right to view an admin user
    58. security.deletedaccount.view ON/OFF    
      Right to view deleted accounts list
    59. security.deletedaccount.edit ON/OFF    
      Right to update deleted accounts list
    60. license.all ON/OFF    
      Right to all license actions
    61. license.register ON/OFF    
      Right to register a licence
    62. license.details ON/OFF    
      Right to view license details
    63. license.delete ON/OFF    
      Right to delete a licence
    64. plugins.all ON/OFF    
      Right to all plugins actions
    65. plugins.edit ON/OFF    
      Right to edit plugins
    66. plugins.view ON/OFF   
      Right to view plugins
  6. Click the Create button at the bottom of the page to create the admin user role.

    webadmin-security-listroles-create.png

Editing admin user roles

  1. Log into your webadmin.
    https://yourhostname.com/admin/
  2. Go to webadmin > Security > List roles > Select the admin user role you wish to edit.

    webadmin-security-listroles-select.png
     
  3. Make changes to the admin user role as desired and click onto the Update button at the bottom of the page.

    webadmin-security-listroles-editupdate.png

Deleting admin user roles

  1. Log into your webadmin.
    https://yourhostname.com/admin/
  2. Go to webadmin > Security > List roles > Click Delete next to the admin user role you wish to remove. Click OK to confirm.

    webadmin-security-listroles-delete.png
 
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