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Different attribute for email address in Password Policy


I want to use Password Self Service in User Application 4.0.
I configure a Password Policy to send an email when user click
'Forgotten password' in combination with a pincode.

Everything works but:
Is there a way to use a different attribute than 'Internet EMail
Address' where the password will be sent to.
Today it's point to the internal mail system and there is no point
sending it there due to initial forgotten password...

Best regards,
Andreas


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Re: Different attribute for email address in Password Policy

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This is a good question, but since you're using the UserApp you should
ask in the Identity Manager, User Application forum. I kind of doubt it
can do this without customization beyond a simple setting, but I'm no
expert there. I'd check out SSPR or PWM (open-source origin for SSPR)
though to see if it has the option as it's pretty customizable, if
UserApp cannot do this.

Good luck.
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Re: Different attribute for email address in Password Policy


Thanks for your reply,
The reason I placed it here is that this is not really an User
Application issue. All the functionallity is from the Self Service in
Password Management which UA use. There are some other solution I could
use but it would have been very simple if we just could change what
attribute to use. If it's not possible we have some other solutions in
mind.

/Andreas

ab;2185007 Wrote:
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> This is a good question, but since you're using the UserApp you should
> ask in the Identity Manager, User Application forum. I kind of doubt
> it
> can do this without customization beyond a simple setting, but I'm no
> expert there. I'd check out SSPR or PWM (open-source origin for SSPR)
> though to see if it has the option as it's pretty customizable, if
> UserApp cannot do this.
>
> Good luck.



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