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System Settings

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General Settings allows you to set the Timezone and Session Timeout for Transit.

Timezone is the default timezone for your instance of Transit. Individual users can set their own timezone preference if they are not located in the same zone as the system default.

 

Session Timeout is the time in minutes before a user is automatically logged out for inactivity.

 

Password Policy
Password policy allows you to tailor the requirements for password complexity to meet your organizations needs.

Active Directory

List the Active Directory groups that contain the users who you want to have Sender licenses or the Administrator role by listing those groups in the appropriate field. Separate multiple listings with commas. Spaces are allowed in group names. Licensed Users take up a license and have full access to the application. Administrators are licensed users who can also access the Administration console in Transit. Outside users (the recipients your licensed users send to or share files with) are unlimited and do not require a license. *Important*  Make sure you are a member of at least one group listed for Administrators and that the group name is spelled correctly. It is possible to lock yourself out of the Administration console by misconfiguring Single Sign On.

 


ENABLING THE OUTLOOK ADD-IN

Branding
Transit allows you to customize the application with your organizations branding. The elements that can be changed are the following:

Favicon is the small icon that appears in the browser tabs for Transit. This is typically a small 16×16 or 32×32 pixel image.

Header Logo is the image that appears in the header at the top left of all pages. Transit will automatically scale any size image to fit here but horizontal logos such as your organizations letterhead logo will work better than taller images.

Login Page Banner is the image that appears on the login page above the user name and password fields.


Login Page Tagline is the text that appears below the Login Page Banner

Integrations.
 

ENABLINING INTEGRATIONS

Single Sign On
List the Active Directory groups that contain the users who you want to have Sender licenses or the Administrator role by listing those groups in the appropriate field. Separate multiple listings with commas. Spaces are allowed in group names. Licensed Users take up a license and have full access to the application. Administrators are licensed users who can also access the Administration console in Transit.

 

Outside users (the recipients your licensed users send to or share files with) are unlimited and do not require a license. *Important* Make sure you are a member of at least one group listed for Administrators and that the group name is spelled correctly. It is possible to lock yourself out of the Administration console by misconfiguring Single Sign On.

Fill in the users information and select the desired roles for the user.

Licensed User
Licensed users are the Internal users who can send messages and share folders.
Note: Normally you do not need to manually add external (unlicensed users). They are created automatically the first time an internal user sends a message or shares a folder with a user not in the already in the system.

 

System Administrator
The System Administrator role gives a user access to the Admin entry on the left Menu and access to administer the system.

 

Billing Administrator
The Billing Administrator role gives a user access to the billing page where they can manage your organizations subscription.

The Billing Administrator role is only available if your organization signed up for transit using the self signup page.

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