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Chapter 6: Additional Features Depending on Server Configuration

6.1 "Existing users can register new accounts" is Enabled

If this feature is enabled, then you are allowed to register new user accounts.

  1. Select “Action -> Contact List -> Advanced -> Register New User...”.

  2. This will pop up the “New User Registration Dialog” where user can enter the new account information.

  3. If you set the check box "Add new user to everyone's contact list" then this new user will be added automatically to everyone's contact list (and the new user's contact list will contain everyone's name as well.) Please note that this check box is only available if your administrator has enabled both the "Existing users can register new accounts" and "Active newly registered accounts automatically" options on the server.

6.2 "Users can search contacts using given/family names" is enabled

if your server configuration has enabled "Users can search contacts using given/family names", then you can search other users using given/family names.

  1. Select “Action -> Contact List -> Advanced -> Search User By Name...”.

  2. This will pop up the “Search User By Name Dialog” where user can enter the new account information.

6.3 "Users can ask the server to send the entire user list" is enabled

if your server configuration has enabled "Users can ask the server to send the entire user list", then this feature would allow you to ask the server to send the entire user list so that the you can add selected users into your contact list.

  1. from client account, Select “Action -> Contact List -> Advanced -> Search User By Name...”.

  2. This will pop up the “Add To Contact List Dialog”, if the user enters blank and presses the return key, then the server will send the entire user list. You can also enter the first name or last name of the person you want to add, and the server will return a list of user that match the name. Please make sure the name is capitalized, or the system will treat it as a login name rather than a first name or last name.

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