The following article will demonstrate how to add an Administrator through your Email & Apps control panel. An email Administrator can be beneficial to helping end users get support, add mailboxes, unlock accounts, etc. You can also set limitations for administrators to only see certain information. Let's take a look at the following steps below:
1. First thing we'll do is log into the Email & Apps control panel at cp.rackspace.com. Once you're logged in, select Manage Administrators on the right hand side.
2. In the next scree, select Add Administrator at the top.
3. Enter in the following information for Admin Settings:
Super - Allows full access to the control panel, and includes the ability to create and manage administrator accounts.
Standard - Allows full access to the control panel, but restricts the administrator from certain areas of the My Account section of the control panel. Specifically, the standard admin cannot access: General Information, Contacts,Invoice History, View Current Admins, and Add Administrator. They can, however, access: Administrator Activity and all Support resources.
Limited - Allows access to only the control panel areas you specify. (You can select the specific areas at the bottom of the page after selecting Limited.)
4. Enter in the following information for Addional Information:
5. Enter in the following information for Security:
6. Enter in the following information for Options:
Note: If you've selected "Limited" for your newly created admin, perform the following below:
Select the check box for each area that this limited administrator should have access to. By default, limited administrators have access to all domains in the account. To specify which domains the administrator can access, select the Domain Accesstab. Use the Filter and Search tools to locate the domains associated with the account. In the Current Domains box, select the domain(s) you want to allow the administrator to access, and then click the Add button. To select multiple domains, hold the Ctrl key as you click each domain. To remove a domain from the Access-Allowed box, click the domain and then select the Remove button.
7. Once you've finished filling out all the information, select the Save button and you're finished. Email your newly created Admin with the credentials to login.
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