E-mailing Users' Login Credentials

When you create a user or change a user's password, EFT can e-mail the login credentials to the user. The option is enabled by default. You can also specify whether to send the username and password in the same e-mail or in separate e-mails or to only send the username. The e-mail consists of a basic message with dynamic tags for username and password. The e-mail text is defined on Server. Refer to Editing the User Login Credentials Message for details.

To specify e-mail options

  1. In the administration interface, connect to EFT and click the Server tab.

  2. On the Server tab, click the Site you want to configure.

  3. In the right pane, click the Security tab.

  4. Select the Enable option to e-mail users their login credentials check box, then specify one of the e-mail options.

  5. Click Apply to save the changes on EFT.

You can send a password to a user at any time (e.g., after you've created the account or changed the password).

To e-mail a user a password

  1. In the Change User Password dialog box or the New User Account Setup wizard, type the user's e-mail address, and then select the E-mail login credentials check box.

  2. EFT sends the password to the user's e-mail address when you click OK in the Change User Password dialog box or Finish in the New User Account Setup wizard.

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