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[Solved] How to logout as a user


adriangibanelbtactic
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When I use the Mail interface as a final user (not talking about Admin Console) I see no way, no button, no nothing to be able to logout.

Am I missing something obvious?

Maybe someone can share an screenshot. Or is it a bug?

Thank you very much!

Note: This Carbonio version was installed on 2022-01-13 from an Ubuntu 18.04 minimal installation.


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Matt
 Matt
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Hello @adriangibanelbtactic,

 

In the settings, on the bottom of the page, in the "account" section, you should find the "Logout" button.

 

Hope this helps.


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adriangibanelbtactic
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Joined: 11 months ago
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@matt Oh, there it is. Thank you.

Will you show it in a more visible place or your usability team thought that it was a good idea to put it there?


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Matt
 Matt
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Hello @adriangibanelbtactic,

 

I'll report this to our UX/UI Team so they can evaluate it, however, please note that Carbonio is an Open Source project, so feel free to actively contribute to improving it by submitting a PR in our GitHub project if you want. We would be more than glad.

Here you can find information on how to do this.


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tgxperience
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Please don't fall into the "Web 3.0" or some other crazy interface design fad.

Make no mistake, businesses are your target market and are traditionally geared to 'just get the job done'.

Anything that wastes time, wastes money. Training users = lost money. At a minimum you need to recreate the

Zimbra experience if you want to capture that userbase. If you want to get a business to 'rip and replace' with Carbonio,

you better make the transition seamless. I wish I had the time to rewrite your installation guide because it is pretty woeful

and inaccurate.

 

Love what you are trying to do and I think you will get there but don't make the easy mistakes up front and get bogged down in the noise.

Reliability, stability, ease of migration or installation....that's it, done, and the rest will follow.


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