Changing a user's permissions Follow

Account Owners and Administrators can change the permissions of users in the account. 

Outpost has three permission levels:

  • Owner: The person being billed for the Outpost account. Owners have the same access as Administrators. The Owner's permissions can't be changed.
  • Administrator: Administrators have the ability to add and remove users and mailboxes, as well as all of the functionality Users have.
  • User: Users can reply to, forward, and manage conversations in mailboxes assigned to them. They can also add Notes to conversations, create and modify templates, save searches, and permanently delete conversations.

You can change a User to an Administrator, or an Administrator to a User, at any time. If you're the account Owner, your permissions can't be changed.

 

  1.  In the bottom of the left sidebar, click the Settings icon:
    outpost-settings-menu.png
  2. On the Settings page, click Users:
    outpost-users-sidebar.png
  3. Scroll through the list of users in the sidebar to locate the user who needs to be updated:
    outpost-locating-user-v2.png
  4. Click on this user's preview card to open the account. Click the radio button for the level of permission you'd like this user to have:
    outpost-user-permission-v2.gif

    Note: Be careful if you're updating your own account. If you inadvertently change your own permission from Administrator to User, you will no longer have access to account administration features. Another Administrator on the account can change your role back to Administrator.

 

Once you make a User an Administrator, they will be able to:

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