Not necessarily. You could limit it based on permissions. Similar to how the option in the admin dropdown are regulated by if you are a standard user, domain administrator, or server administrator.
On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 10:18 AM, David E. Smith <d...@mvn.net> wrote: > Dean Lawrence wrote: >> >> You could always modify the web template and change the input type to >> hidden on that field. They would then not see it as an option. >> > > Wouldn't that effectively prevent everyone from using the forwarding > feature, though, including those permitted to do so? > > David Smith > MVN.net > > > To Unsubscribe: http://imailserver.com/support/discussion_list/ > List Archive: http://www.mail-archive.com/imail_forum%40list.ipswitch.com/ > Knowledge Base/FAQ: http://imailserver.com/support/kb.html > > -- __________________________________________ Dean Lawrence, CIO/Partner Internet Data Technology 888.GET.IDT1 ext. 701 * fax: 888.438.4381 http://www.idatatech.com/ Corporate Internet Development and Marketing Specialists To Unsubscribe: http://imailserver.com/support/discussion_list/ List Archive: http://www.mail-archive.com/imail_forum%40list.ipswitch.com/ Knowledge Base/FAQ: http://imailserver.com/support/kb.html