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Account Settings > Contacts > Password settings > Password expiration limit
Password expiration limit
 
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We recommend that you require users to change their passwords on a regular basis. Passwords can be set to automatically expire after a set number of days. You can override this setting for individual users on their Login details screen (see Adding logon details).
1.
Navigate to Account > Contacts.
2.
Select a Password expiration limit setting. If you select No, passwords will never expire (not recommended). If you select Yes, a drop-down menu allows you to set the number of days after which passwords will expire.
From the menu, select one of the following as the expiration period: 30, 60, 90, 120, 180 days, or Custom days. If you select Custom days, a new field appears so you can enter any number of days you want. Periods longer than 365 days are not supported.
3.
Click Save.

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