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  1. Open the <PRODUCT_HOME>/repository/conf/carbon.xml file.
  2. Look for the commented out configuration EnableEmailUserName. Uncomment the configuration to enable email authentication.

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    <EnableEmailUserName>true</EnableEmailUserName>
  3. Open the <IS_HOME>/repository/conf/identity/identity-mgt.properties file and set the following property to true

    Info

    This step is required due to a known issue that prevents the confirmation codes from being removed after they are used when email usernames are enabled. This occurs because the '@' character (and some special characters) are not allowed in the registry. To overcome this issue, enable hashed usernames when saving the confirmation codes by configuring the properties below.

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    UserInfoRecovery.UseHashedUserNames=true

    Optionally, you can also configure the following property to determine which hash algorithm to use.

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    UserInfoRecovery.UsernameHashAlg=SHA-1
  4. Open the <PRODUCT_HOME>/repository/conf/user-mgt.xml file and add the following property under the relevant user store manager tag, such as ReadWriteLDAPUserStoreManager, ActiveDirectoryUserStoreManager or any other user store manager tag.
    This property determines the username validation that will be enforced when the EnableEmailUserName option is enabled. 

    Note

    Note: The user-mgt.xml file consists of configurations for the primary user store. If you are trying to configure this for a secondary user store, modify the relevant user store configuration file found in the <PRODUCT_HOME>/repository/deployment/server/userstores directory instead.

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    <Property name="UsernameWithEmailJavaScriptRegEx">^[\S]{3,30}$</Property>
  5. Configure the following set of parameters in the user store configuration, depending on the type of user store you are connected to (LDAP/Active Directory/JDBC).

    Note

    Note: Some of these properties are specific to some types of user stores. Therefore check to the description section of the properties to validate if they apply to your type of user store.

    If the UsernameWithEmailJavaScriptRegEx property has a regular expression with the "@" symbol, it is not required to configure UsernameJavaRegEx and UsernameJavaScriptRegEx properties. The priority order to configure username regular expression properties are as follows:

    1. UsernameJavaRegEx
    2. UsernameWithEmailJavaScriptRegEx

    For more information on these properties, click here.

    ParameterDescription

    UserNameAttribute


    Set the mail attribute of the user. LDAP/Active Directory only

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    <Property name="UserNameAttribute">mail</Property>
    UserNameSearchFilter

    Use the mail attribute of the user instead of cn or uid. LDAP/Active Directory only

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    <Property name="UserNameSearchFilter">(&amp;(objectClass=identityPerson)(mail=?))</Property>
    UserNameListFilter

    Use the mail attribute of the user. LDAP/Active Directory only

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    <Property name="UserNameListFilter">(&amp;(objectClass=identityPerson)(mail=*))</Property>
    UserDNPattern

    This parameter is used to speed up the LDAP search operations. You can comment out this configuration. LDAP/Active Directory only

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    <!--Property name="UserDNPattern">cn={0},ou=Users,dc=wso2,dc=com</Property-->
    UsernameJavaScriptRegEx

    Change this property under the relevant user store manager tag as follows. This property allows you to add special characters like "@" in the user name.

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    <Property name="UsernameJavaScriptRegEx">^[a-zA-Z0-9._-]+@[a-zA-Z0-9.-]+\.[a-zA-Z]{2,4}$</Property>
    UsernameJavaRegEx

    This is a regular expression to validate usernames. By default, strings have a length of 5 to 30. Only non-empty characters are allowed. You can provide ranges of alphabets, numbers and also ranges of ASCII values in the RegEx properties.

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    <Property name="UsernameJavaRegEx">a-zA-Z0-9@._-{3,30}$</Property>
    Realm configurations

    The AdminUser username must use the email attribute of the admin user.

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    <AdminUser>
             <UserName>admin@wso2.com</UserName>
             <Password>admin</Password>
    </AdminUser>
    Note

    Before this configuration, the user having the username admin and password admin was considered the super administrator. The super administrator user cannot be deleted.

    After this configuration, the user having the username admin@wso2.com is considered the super administrator. The user having the username admin is considered as a normal administrator.

    Tip

    If you changed the password of the admin user to something other than 'admin', start the WSO2 IS server using the -Dsetup parameter as seen in the command below.

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    sh wso2server.sh -Dsetup
    Info

    With these configuration users can login to super tenant with both email user name (bob@gmal.com) or non email user names (alice). But for tenant only email user names allowed (tod@gmail.com@wso2.com)

    Note

    You can configure email user name without enabling EnableEmailUserName property, then users can login to both super tenant and tenant using email and non email user names. But super tenant users should always use @carbon.super at the end of user names.

  6. Restart the server.

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