- In the Main Navigation , click Administration > System Settings
⇒ The System Settings window opens to the Settings tab
What can I do in this tab?
Change the default character encoding for email message creation and landing pages.
Change the default image handling method for email messages.
Change the default editor for the message composition.
Set the period of validity for system passwords that are manually and automatically generated.
Define a reminder period in which the system user is prompted to update a password which is about to expire.
These settings apply to your entire Mapp Engage system. The settings that you choose in this window become the default settings for all system users.
The default character encoding only applies to the creation of messages and landing pages. The default character encoding does not apply to import and export files. When you import and export files, you must select the correct character encoding manually
The character encoding that you select here becomes the default character encoding for your system.
This default character encoding is pre-selected in the Character Encoding field for the following actions:
For more information, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Character_encoding.
Image Handling in Mapp Engage
Defines the default image handling method for your Mapp Engage system. Whenever you create an email message, the default image handling method is pre-selected. This setting does not apply to the creation of CMS messages. CMS messages always use images that are hosted in Mapp Engage.
Default Email Editor
Default Email Editor
Defines the default editor for the message composition. Whenever you create an email message, step 2. Compose Message opens to the editor that you select.
Automatically Generated Passwords
Defines the number of days that passwords your Mapp Engage system automatically generates are valid. For example, passwords Mapp Engage generates for the Forgot Password link or for API users. The minimum validity period for automatic passwords is one day. The maximum validity period is 14 days. If this input field is blank, passwords that Mapp Engage generates automatically never expire.
Manually Generated Passwords
Defines the number of days that a password that a system user enters manually is valid. For example, when a system user resets their password. The minimum validity period for manual passwords is 30 days. The maximum validity period is 180 days. If this input field is blank, passwords that system users generate manually on your system users never expire.
Defines the period in which Mapp Engage sends the system user a reminder to change a password that is about to expire. Mapp Engage sends the reminder one time per day until the expiration date. The minimum reminder period is one day before the password expires. The maximum reminder period is 14 days before the password expires. If you specify a validity period for automatically or manually generated passwords, you must define a reminder period.
Changes to the password settings of your system can remove the system access of current system users.
If the password of a system user expires, they can request a new password with the Forgot Password link or contact their system administrator