A function like "User must change password at next logon"
outlook / webmail
Thanks for the idea! Whilst not assigned to a release yet, we are seeing your comments and votes for this request.
Jeff Burch commented
This would be a great feature if it could integrate with MS AD as well. When passwords expire or require change on next login in AD, users cannot log into Kerio. They are able to login and change their password through our Citrix Storefront site, then they can continue using Kerio with their new password. Would love it if Kerio could perform that same option to present the user a change password screen like Citrix Storefront does.
Yes, this would be very useful but ONLY if combined with the ability to select the accounts you want to change and leave others as they are. Do NOT make it only a global function that applies to all users. Because many of us have devices (RAID cards, temp sensors, UPS's, etc.)that only send alerts, former employees with auto replies, etc.. that don't ever log in but only send mail. These devices don't need their passwords to change, especially since they are set to only send/receive local domain.
Also, some users are too technically challenged or VIP's that can't be bothered with this and Admin will take care of it.
This is a good idea only if you have a password policy to require password resets every so often. I don't think it's "urgently" needed though.
Przemek Malik commented
This is very urgent functionality, indeed.
David Thompson commented
Would love to see this integrated along with true Kerberos SSO at the client end. I mean its only almost 2016 and all.
James D Stallard commented
Can we have this feature integrated with AD, in the same way that OWA on exchange allows you to change your AD password from the mailclient? TIA.
Yes we really need this option urgently!!
James Fitzell commented
For sites that don't use active directory this is a must!
Chris Plansky commented
It's pretty standard for other email servers, why not here?
Eduard Šturdík commented
completely connection with active directory (open directory)