While I concur with Robbie on the necessity of this, I would also caution that we, as SmarterMail Admins, must also be able to restrict who has access to the capability.
I believe this goes back to another post regarding the levels of ADMIN security within SmarterMail domains as anyone who is a domain admin can change the PRIMARY domain admin's password, or even delete his account entirely at this point.
While considering this request, maybe a complete analysis of the security structure of the ADMIN level accounts, at the domain level, is in order.
While secondary admins at the main administrative level cannot see, or modify, either the primary admin, or other admins, it might also be a good time to consider allowing the capability of managing administrative permissions at the prmiary SmarterMail admin level, too, IE:
allow a SmarterMail admin level MASTER ADMIN to create an admin level account which can only be used to run reports or check logs, but cannot add, change, or delete domains.
another SmarterMail admin level admin type might be able to check domains and reset user passwords, but not add or delete domains, etc, etc, etc.
Again, great idea, just needs to be properly vetted and applied.
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