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I am using Infinity One. I built a administrator login and it works fine. But when I build a user it wants email confirmation for the user to login in. Is there a way to bypass this step. The users gets the email but when they click the confirmation it fails.

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If you create a user from Administration -> Users -> Add User, there is a confirm checkbox. When checked, the user will automatically confirmed.

However, you will want to set the correct IP address so the mailer works correctly. Edit the /etc/asterisk/infinity_one/infinity_one.conf file. There should be 2 references to the systems IP address. Make sure are set correctly. After saving the file, restart the infinity_one service. If this does not resolve the mailer link issue, check the link in the email. It should include the UCx IP and 21326 port number (InfinityOne version >= 1.0.0).

At this time, we don't have feature to disable account confirmation globally. This feature will be added in an upcoming release.

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