I am hoping someone can point me in the right direction. I have searched for a means for the administrator to “Activate” user accounts given the scenario where the email notification seems to be erratic (one moment it may send an activation email to registered users and then (most times) it does not.
Postifix is installed on the same server and emails when sent by command line always reach their destination (with the exception of Microsoft obviously with its Big Brother email “control disguised as filtering unknown servers”) . So it should not be a Postfix or config issue as TLS originally failed in the “Passbolt.php” file settings so reverted to simple port 25 and that sent a few email notifications but behaved erratic.
Thus, my question is is there an “override” factored in the application where the administrator could manually “activate” a user account? even if it is not in the GUI is there a specific file one can make the code change?
I hope someone is able to assist as this is a challenge as the admin should be able to override things just in case.
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