Option to disable and hide "remember me" on webmail logins (per domain and also per user)
Idea shared by Gabriele Maoret - SERSIS - 2/24/2024 at 9:12 AM
For security and compliance reasons, it wolud be beneficial to have the option to disable and hide "remember me" on webmail logins (per domain and also per user)
Gabriele Maoret - Head of SysAdmins at SERSIS
Currently manages 6 SmarterMail installations (1 in the cloud for SERSIS which provides services to a few hundred third-party email domains + 5 on-premise for customers who prefer to have their mail server in-house)

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Like a disable cookie in browser....
Moved my replies from the other topic as this is the proper thread for this (as a feature request):

Like a "secure mode" that a user could set (with domain and possibly server-wide override ability) on their account that auto-logs them out after x number of minutes of inactivity on webmail.  

I'm a +1 for this feature.
Forcing things on the client side is [edit] not necessarily an option.  It [end edit] needs it to be server side for users who "walk away" - where it basically auto-logs out a user per "user settings or domain settings" and ignores the "remember me" box on login.

Incognito mode does nothing to auto-logout a session unless the browser window is closed.  Imagine a hospital - when the terminals are inactive for 10 minutes, they auto-lock -- this is basically what he's asking for -- and in reality it's not too far-fetched of a request considering some of the clients we may encounter in the medical or legal industry, per say.

MailEnable survivor / convert --
+1 here too. That is exactly what we are looking for. We have several clients that are medical clinics, drug rehab facilities, clean and sober living, etc. Multiple staff often share the same computers.
On our data system we built, we have it set as a time out for each client (domain) per their requirements. Typically about 8 -12 minutes. If there is no activity our data system logs them out and clears their browser.  It would be really nice if we could do that with Smarter Mail too.
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