The Domain objects (Accounts, Groups, Forwarders, etc.) should have unique names within that Domain.
Each name should contain from 1 to 250 Latin letters, decimal digits, the dot (.), underscore (_), minus (-) symbols.
A name should not start or end with the dot (.) symbol.
A name should not be the same as one of the Special Address names.
Names of Account Aliases and Forwarders may contain non-Latin characters and ideograms (such as Cyrillic, Greek, Chinese) and the Latin alphabet-based characters with diacritics or ligatures (such as French). Since one such character may be encoded by multiple bytes the maximal length of the name may be less than 250 letters.
All upper case letters (Latin, Cyrillic, Greek, Coptic, Armenian) are automatically transferred to lower case.
You can control how the Server creates, renames, and removes Domain Accounts.
If this option is enabled, the Sign-up link appears on the WebUser Interface Domain Login page, and the XIMSS and XMPP modules report their self-registration capabilities.
The Server checks that no Account with the specified name exists and creates a new Account. The Server uses the Account Template settings for the newly created Account, overriding its Password and Real Name settings with the data specified by the new user.
Consult External on Provision: If this option is enabled, the CommuniGate Pro Server sends a pair of commands to the External Authentication Helper application every time a Domain Account is created, renamed, or removed, when the Account License Class is changes. One command is sent before the Server performs the operation, and the other command is sent after the Server successfully completes the operation.
Auto-Create Chatrooms: If this option is enabled, users can create chatroom Named Tasks by trying to connect to a non-existent chatroom in this Domain. See the Named Tasks section for the details.