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configset  GLOBAL  config_access <<ENDTAG
[VALUE LINES]
ENDTAG
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configset listname config_access <<ENDTAG
[VALUE LINES]
ENDTAG
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Default Value : empty
Data Type     : access_array
Category      : access
Password Notes: Visible only with password. 
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Example:
configset GLOBAL config_access <<ENDTAG
config_access | 5 | 5
ENDTAG

The config_access setting loosens or tightens access to configuration
settings.  Each line consists of a setting name, followed by three
levels:

  name | view level | change level | wizard level

The view level is the password level required to view a configuration
setting (with the configshow command).

The change level is the password level required to change a setting
(with the configset or configdef command). 

The wizard level describes the importance of a setting and the
skill level required to understand it.  

The password level is a whole number between 0 and 5 for viewing, and
between 1 and 5 for changing.  Higher numbers mean greater restrictions.
The password levels include:

  5  The site password
  4  The domain master password (from the GLOBAL master_password setting)
  3  A domain auxiliary password (from the GLOBAL passwords setting)
  2  A list master password
  1  A list auxiliary password
  0  No password

A high level password can be used to view or change a setting whose
password level is smaller. For example, a level 4 password can be used
to change a setting with a change level of 4 or less.

The wizard level is a whole number between 1 and 9.  Level 1 settings
are considered "essential" and should be configured by all new list
owners.  Settings with higher "wizard" levels are more complicated and
have a more specific scope.

For example, an entry like
  token_lifetime |  1  |  3  | 4
would allow anyone with an administrative password to see the
token_lifetime setting, but only the domain or site managers could
change it.


Some configuration settings must continue to have a visibility level
of zero, or the setting may have no effect under some circumstances.

For ordinary mailing lists, only the debug setting must have a
visibility level of 0.

For the GLOBAL pseudo-list, the following settings must have a
visibility level of 0:
  chunksize
  debug
  max_in_core
  message_headers
  request_answer
  return_subject
  sender
  signature_separator
  site_name
  whoami
  whoami_owner
  www_help_window


See Also:
   help admin_domain
   help configset
   help configshow

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