You can invite users from your domain to join Kore. On the Invite page in the Enrollment module, you just need to enter the email address for one or more domain members and then click Send Invitations. An email invitation to join your Kore domain is sent to the user to become a Kore user.
You should use the Invite page to create invitations if you only have a few domain members to invite, for example, between one and ten. If you have many users to invite, you can create invitations to join Kore using a predefined list of domain members. For more information, see Importing Users and User Data.
The following illustration is an example of the Invite page in the Enrollment module.
The following table describes the controls on the Invite page that you can use to invite users to join your Kore domain.
|Enter the email address prefix without the domain name. The prefix is the text that precedes the @ symbol in an email address for the person that you want to send a Kore invitation to. For example, to send the message to George.Washington@us.example.gov, the email handle is George.Washington.|
|Clear All||Click to delete email addresses from the Email text boxes.|
|Send Invitations||Click to send Kore invitation emails to all email addresses defined.|
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After you send invitations to enroll users in Kore, the invitee must validate their email address to register as a Kore user. After registration, the user is available in your domain as an unmanaged user. To control an unmanaged user, you must add the unmanaged user as a managed user for your domain. For more information, see Working with Unmanaged Users.