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Keys symbols in contact lists

When you view the contents of a folder or a contact list in WebAsyst Contacts, you may see a keys symbol next to some contacts' names: ordinary (), with an envelope (), or with a "stop" sign (). These symbols mean that such contacts contain information related to WebAsyst account users (who have a login name and a password).

Ordinary keys symbol  denotes an active user who is allowed to access the account. The symbol of keys with an envelope  denotes a user who was invited to the account using an invitation link. The symbol of keys with a "stop" sign  denotes that access to the account is temporarily disabled for that user.

Contacts which have no keys symbol next to their names are not account users. Should you need to allow a contact to access your WebAsyst account, please read instructions provided in the related article "Converting a contact into an account user".