Can I set the User ServiceLevelMap to any value I want?
Question asked by Connie DeCinko - May 12, 2016 at 4:16 PM
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I am limited to setting a user ServiceLevelMap to the values of 1=POP, 2=IMAP, 4=INCOMING SMTP, 8=OUTGOING SMTP, 16=WEBMAIL and combinations there of?
 
Or, can I set this to any numeric value?  I'd like to use it to categorize certain users, perhaps those where email is disabled but I still want them to be able to login with the same credentials via the API.
 

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Matt Petty Replied
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If you combine the numbers you can get any combination of settings.
1+2=3 (POP and IMAP)
1+2+4+8=15 (all but webmail)
2+4+8+16 =30 (all but POP)
Those are some examples.
Matt Petty
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Connie DeCinko Replied
Will anything blow up if I were to set it to say 4201?
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Matt Petty Replied
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I have no idea what would happen. Back up that user before you try just in case.
Matt Petty
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SmarterTools Inc.
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CLEBER SAAD Replied
Hello,
 
What's the BITMAP value to enable/disable XMPP?
The requestedusersettings always return a text and not the bitmap value.

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