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    Default Specify ID while creating/modifying account

    If I create a new account, can I specify it to have an ID, I want?

    Can I modify an existing account's ID?

    If no tools exist and I am willing to do it manually by updating the database, LDAP, etc. which are the places where I need to correct this? (so that the change of ID is seamless and without adverse effects)

    Edit:
    I just realized that perhaps it is an auto_increment value ...

    Can I specify, then, the account name based upon which one would be the next ID?

    Is there a Zimbra API or something that I can use to create / modify accounts?
    Last edited by czaveri; 09-20-2006 at 04:40 AM.
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    I always ask myself to search better but I never search enough...

    This post satisfies my inquisitiveness.
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    Chintan Zaveri
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