Total Office Manager must have an Administrator user . If one is not present (for whatever reason) at login, the Administrator user is created. You will then be prompted for an Administrator password.
The Administrator, by default , has access to all features and functions of Total Office Manager.
Please keep in mind that some features and functions are NOT available to any other user except the administrator. An example of this would be the ability to delete Total Office Manager’s audit trail. You do not want anyone else to have the ability to delete something as important as the audit trail.
Select the user from the drop down list and enter the password for that user.
If this is the first time the user has logged in they will be prompted that they have to enter a new password.
Enter the new password in the ‘New Password’ field and verify it in the ‘Verify’ field. Select OK to continue.
No Password can be a password. In other words, blank passwords are acceptable.
If you have forgotten your password, please contact our office. We can reset it for you. It may be free or there may be a small fee; depending on your technical support plan.