Email security cannot be emphasized enough. And hence you’ve devised a painstakingly detailed security policy that emphasizes on updating passwords on a regular basis, beginning with the first login. The only problem is… your users aren’t adhering to it. Have you found yourself wondering how to really enforce this policy? Did you know that the new PostMaster Enterprise ver. 8.03 makes enforcing password reset post first login mandatory by merely selecting a checkbox?
Power Feature – PostMaster Enterprise
You have done everything in your power to craft a bulletproof email security policy and ensure a robust email infrastructure. But how can you be sure that all system users will abide by it? Changing password in the first login is probably the first and the most basic security essential when it comes to observing a secure email policy. More often than not, users don’t understand the gravity of this and simply procrastinate. PostMaster Enterprise ver. 8.03 helps you address this issue by making it mandatory for users to change their passwords on the very first login. To do this:
- Login as Admin
- Select the PostMaster tab
- Navigate to Users > User Management
- Edit the User settings and select the ‘Reset Password on First Login‘ option