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Portal Title

This entry sets the title of the portal in the web browser.

Portal Title Example

No Access Url

If user logs into the application and doesn't have rights to any screen, she's redirected to so called "no access page". By default it is /NoAccess.cshtml. It can be changed through the entry in appSettings.

No Access URL Example

Request Limits

This entry sets the maximum request length (e.g. attachment size) and duration (also important for attachments–the slower the network, the more time you need to upload an attachment).

For more information and additional options see this MSDN article.


Password Recovery Support

Password Recovery Support

If the authentication is done via LDAP, the password recovery should be disabled. It is not implemented in the provider anyway. The setting is also relevant for user registration.

Suppressing report tabs

You application might require to open reports (PDF file) in an external application instead of browser. This can be done by adjusting Startup.cs and to prevent web client from creating empty tabs add following setting.

Suppress Report Tabs Example

E-Mail Settings

Password RESET

You have to configure the following settings in order to get the password reset functionality working.

Please add the following code lines into AppCode/startup.cs file into CreateUserManager() function

Please add the following to the web.config of your application

User Management Notifications

The password recovery text file can contain the whole e-mail body, while making it possible to include the following parameters:


Substitution TextReplaced with


The Web site user name of the user.


Name of the user.


Reset password token, need to be sent as 'token' url argument to reset password page

<%EscapedUserName%>The Web site user name of the user (url escaped)
<%TokenValidityHours%>Number of hours (taken from token provider configuration) - see above
<%FirstName%>First name of the user.
<%PortalBaseUrl%>Base url to compose the URL
<%EscapedName%>Name of the user (Url escaped) (added in Feb 2017)
<%UserEmail%>Email of the user (added in Feb 2017)
<%EscapedUserEmail%>Email of the user (Url escaped) (added in Feb 2017)


Example of text, html is possible to use only with Master version of Origam, Feb 2017

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