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Give the user a option to attach his ID to his Mailfile when he change the password 
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: Bastian Wieczorek8075 29 Feb 2008
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My user often called from home that they aren´t able to read encrypted emails in DWA... Reason ... they forgott to attatch the Lotus Notes ID file into the Mailfile.
 
I would like to see a option which can made it easier for the users to attatch the ID when he change the lotus notes password.



1) Bastian Wieczorek8075 (29 Feb 2008)
Feedback from IBM: There exist already such a Feature Request: SPR # BSCT7CAJ7K but at the moment there are no plants to address it.
2) Harkpabst Meliantrop3248 (02 Mar 2008)
Looking at your screen shot, I can't help thinking, that the mark should be checked by default (if the mail template is based on DWA).
3) Bastian Wieczorek8075 (02 Mar 2008)
@Harkpabst
I think this is a security question... Some people wouldn´t like to have there ID in the mailfile... so I think the best option is do disable it by default...

But a policy would be nice ... one which can be used to control this option (Desktop Policy).










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