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How do I grant another person administrative privileges for my account?
Go to the Billing > Account Privileges section of our web panel and click the link to Grant Privileges to a new web ID.

From there, you'll get to enter an web ID you'd like to grant access to your account to. If the person who you want to grant access to doesn't already have a web ID, you can also create a new one right there.

The final page will then allow you to check off all the privileges you'd like to grant this new web ID to your account. For an explanation of what each one does, go to this KBase article. When you're done, submit that form and that's it!

Last updated: Oct 10, 2005.

User Post (2005-02-25 14:39:25 by treykaiser)
The grant privileges features doesnt allow for specific amount of email addresses o r specific amount of databases. It simply allows or doesnt alow a user to make changes to that element of the website. Either the new user can make email account or they cant. You arent able to say "limit # of email addresses to 60".