• The login that is generated from the directory service in the organization (for example, Active Directory).
• The Archive Manager internal login, which uses information from Archive Manager’s SQL database to signin and is maintained from the Archive Manager user interface.
NOTE: GroupWise logins are limited to 79 characters. The limit applies to the number of characters in the common name and its context.
The Archive Manager Directory Connector will generally keep your Directory Service logins in sync with their status in the directory (for example, Deleted or Disabled).
Mailboxes are automatically generated and associated with a login; however, Archive Manager also lets you add virtual mailboxes and associate them with logins.
Like mailboxes, some groups are automatically generated, and you can also create Archive Manager-specific groups that comprise specific logins or mailboxes.
Under normal conditions, logins are managed automatically through the Archive Manager Directory Connectors.
However, Archive Manager provides the Login Administration page for manual management of user accounts, including the display name, email address, password, security role, and account activation.
Archive Manager uses 'mixed mode' security, which allows authentication of logins against either the Archive Manager database or, where applicable, a directory service such as Microsoft Active Directory.
Further information is in Chapter 8 of the Archive Manager Admin Guide on the following link: