IRedMail/FAQ/LDAP/how.to.mark.existing.user.as.global.admin.with.phpldapadmin

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To mark an existing mail user as global domain admin:

  1. Login to phpLDAPadmin with LDAP root dn: cn=Manager,dc=xx,dc=xx. It's defined in "rootdn" in /etc/openldap/slapd.conf or /etc/ldap/slapd.conf, /usr/local/etc/openldap/slapd.conf.
  2. Expand LDAP tree in left panel after logging into phpLDAPadmin, find the mail user you want to mark as global admin. Click it.
  3. In right panel of phpLDAPadmin, it will show full LDIF data of selected mail user. Please add a new attribute "domainGlobalAdmin" with value "yes" for this user.
  4. Add addition attribute/value pair "enabledService=domainadmin" for this user too. NOTE: This is not required by iRedAdmin-Pro-LDAP-2.0 and later releases.
  5. Save it. Then you can login to iRedAdmin (or iRedAdmin-Pro) with this account username/password.
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