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g_admin_access – Allow / Restrict domain admin access to features based on g_access_group

g_admin_access group=”wildcard” access=”list”

This setting matches the g_access_group the admin is in to the wildcard specified and applies the specified access list to that domain admin, giving / restricting thier access to certain features. The list may include any of the following:

ValueResult
aliasAccess to domain users “Alias” page and features.
aspamAccess to the “ASpam” page and features.
blogAccess to the “Blogs” page and features.
bulletinsAccess to the “Bulletins” page and features.
centipaidAccess to domain users “Centipaid” page and features.
enotifyAccess to domain users “Email Notification” page and features.
exceptionsAccess to domain users “Exceptions” page.
friendsAccess to domain users “Friends” pages, and system.
fwdAccess to domain users “Forwarding” features, forwarding, auto-responder.
fwdonlyAccess to domain users “Forwarding” features, forwarding
listsAccess to the “Lists” page and features.
logAccess to domain users “Log” page.
mailboxAccess to domain users “Mailbox” page, view mailbox, setup rules.
smsAccess to domain users “Sms” page.
spamAccess to domain users “Spam” page, and SmiteSpam and Aspam processing of messages.
spamprivAccess to domain users “Spam” pages’ spam private feature
spfAccess to domain users “Spf” page and features.
usageAccess to the “Usage” button, which shows a domain users usage.
usersAccess to the “Users” page and features.
redirectAccess to the “Redirect” page and settings.
redirect_ccAccess to the “Redirect CC” page and settings.

In addition you can prefix any of the above with ! to deny access. There are two other special case values, “all” and “none” which mean exactly what they say, access to “all” or “none” of the features.

Example:

g_admin_access group=”simple” access=”all,!users,!reports”

The above setting gives admins in the ‘simple’ group access to all the features except the users and reports features.

Syntax: g_admin_access group=string access=string

g_admin_access_default – Default features granted to domain admins

This setting is a default access list for all domain admins on the server, it is specified in the same maner as the g_admin_access settings ‘access’ parameter. eg:

g_user_access_default “all,!users,!reports”

Syntax: g_admin_access_default string

g_admin_guesses – Number of guesses allowed for admin.

Syntax: g_admin_guesses “number”

This sets the number of guesses allowed for the admin username/password. Once this has been reached the ip is banned.

Syntax: g_admin_guesses int

g_admin_ip – Admin IP access

Mask of valid IP addresses for admin users (default *), this is a security setting you can use to restrict remote web admin access to trusted IP addresses. One is always allowed to use manage SurgeMail using 127.0.0.1 regardless of whether this is explicitly specified.

eg. To restrict to local network as per net mask
g_admin_ip “10.0.0.*,10.1.2.*” 

Syntax: g_admin_ip string

g_admin_localhost – Allow localhost web admin without user/pass

Allows a localhost connection to access the web admin port without using the administrator username / password. This is good if you keep forgetting the admin password like I do.

Syntax: g_admin_localhost bool

g_admin_readonly – System admins with readonly access to the management interface

This setting has no further documentation currently available

Syntax: g_admin_readonly string

g_admin_utoken_expire – Length of time a web admin session is valid for

This setting has no further documentation currently available

Syntax: g_admin_utoken_expire int

g_admin_utoken_idle – Length of time a web admin session may remain idle for

This setting has no further documentation currently available

Syntax: g_admin_utoken_idle int

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