Many of our customers create internal IdeaScale portals, and thus would like to restrict access to the portal. We recently came up with a simple solution for this: restrict new user sign-ups to to a certain domain. In other words, when a new user signs up for your portal, IdeaScale will check the given email address to ensure its from certain domain (ie, everything after the “@” symbol).
To enable this:
1. Login into IdeaScale and click on the “Settings” tab, and then on “Moderator” under the security section. Set your moderation level to “Default – No Moderation – Login Required” or higher.
2. Also under the security section, click “Access Restrictions”. Next enter the domain you’d like to restrict (ex. bobandterrys.net).
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