Invite new users/roles to specific domain(s)
Recently you introduced invitation of new users and assigning them roles.
In addition to "roles" i would like to see that these invitations/roles can also be limited to specific domains.
Having additional user logins limited to specific domains is greatly needed.
Wow, that's 3 years without resolution
Allow assigning users to have access only to specific domains.
I have multiple websites with multiple businesses, and my clients would like sometimes to view their sending stats. It's easy to set up view-only account, but it is impossible to allow them to view only one domain stats. So I can't allow them to log in, because they should not see other clients domains.
Ye, I wanted to simple transfer the property to my customer, now I will have to fix it in some harder way :/
James Juran commented
I'd like to be able to configure multiple owners for my account. Currently it's limited to one owner per account, and the owner must "give away" ownership to change the owner; it can't be "taken away".
My organization has the following policies:
1. All accounts must be assigned to a single person (no shared accounts)
2. All accounts must have 2FA enabled
3. If any single individual leaves our organization, we must still have full access to all external service accounts, without requiring the cooperation of the person leaving. (i.e. my company needs to be able to turn off my access and fire me, and have everything still work).
The way we've been able to achieve this with most of our external service providers is by having multiple individuals with owner-level access. That way they are all tied to an individual person and can all be 2FA-enabled, and if I get fired there are other owners still around.
For a developer focused product like this I am surprised it's not a thing already. Sharing a single login between a client and multiple developers is a security nightmare especially considering the content of the emails (password resets, account verification etc).
In addition to this, it would be good to have a way to set the quota for each of these accounts from one control panel. This is something that SendGrid offers and Mailgun is lacking.
Robert J commented
I think it should be better than Mailchimp. We need to be able to create our own custom roles and assign specified permissions to that role so we can then give this role to a user. Having permissions like this per domain would be very useful. Instead we have to create a separate Mailgun account for these domains in order to let the user do what they need to do which is less than ideal (and means multiple accounts for one customer).
Meenakshi Aggarwal commented
Under Control Panel Section, Admin should be able to manage the Read/Write access on basis of Roles. For example:
Admin should be able to provide the read access only on Dashboard section for some users or Domain tab should not be visible to some users.
And There should be different categories of roles option which can be assigned to users by Admin.
Peter Bowyer commented
We need this.
Peter Bowyer commented
No, this is going the opposite way Andy - this is letting one login access different accounts.
Ryan McGeary commented
I have multiple Mailgun accounts for 3 different businesses. I'd like to invite a common email address to all three, so I can more easily manage all three accounts without having to logout and login to each of the master user accounts.
Is it possible for the added user to appoint it ONLY to the added domain? So he has only permissions of viewing logs from that domain and NO other settings like other domains and settings of admin account? We need to appoint roles and domains to our users.
Just like name.com, stripe, google, etc I would like to be able to transfer a domain from one account to another.
Also, if you abstract accounts from logins then it would be much easier to also be part of the management team for a particular account.
Andy Brody commented
We are managing over 50 account with MailGun and have no centralized place to see everything together.
It's not convinient to log-out and log-in 50 times to manage all of them.