Domain Administrator Question
mikael at syska.dk
Fri Feb 1 22:08:00 GMT 2013
This seems like the wrong list to that question since its a MW related issue.
I'm not sure a domain name as a login is valid. Try creating a
username like "user at domain.com" and make him domain admin.
I also think that domains his the admin of his able to see. So make
him the owner of the domains.
Hope this helps.
On Fri, Feb 1, 2013 at 9:22 PM, Terry Hulen Jr <terry at graybell.net> wrote:
> I have done a lot of searching through the archives and I have not seen any
> answers to "[Mailwatch-users] Not filter messages by domain" on 6-12-2012 or
> no one else has asked the question.
> I am running mailwatch 188.8.131.52 and mailScanner-4.84.3-1. What I am trying
> to do is allow a domain administrator to log in from the Mailwatch interface
> and only see his domain's mail, add white and black list entries, release
> messages, and run reports.
> When an account is created in users as a domain administrator he is able to
> log in and see the last 50 messages only from his domain. When he clicks on
> list it says "Username is not in the correct format to use this utility".
> When he clicks on Quarantine the request takes forever (I assume because it
> is selecting every message from SQL with his domain name in the To:). When
> he clicks on Reports he is able to go through the filter process but nothing
> is actually filtered. It continues to show the entire domain's mail.
> Here is the output of the two tables I thought we were supposed to use for
> this type of setup: http://pastebin.com/GZbyA2uW
> Let me know if anyone else uses this type of function and is working. I
> could really use your input on getting this to work.
> Thank you,
> Terry Hulen Jr
> terry at graybell.net
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