Vault, a couple of suggestions

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Telemacus
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Vault, a couple of suggestions

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I have a couple of suggestions which I think are important:

The vault should have a general password to access it. This would prevent someone from accessing your computer and gaining access to all those passwords.

The password entries should have a date. This piece of information is pretty useful, as it would help us when it comes to managing a pretty big list of passwords, know when the password was last updated, etc. Then we'd be able to list passwords by the date they were added to the database, etc.

Another feature would I'm missing is the ability to list passwords by the category they belong to.
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Re: Vault, a couple of suggestions

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Hi Telemacus,
"Vault".... are you in the wrong forum?
EPIM HAS a general password to access! "File/Database Password".
Also, Password section has its own Password- "Options/Securitry".
And, for the date: right-click on a Password entry, "properties".

So, EPIM has enough security buildt in for storing passowrds, I think.
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Re: Vault, a couple of suggestions

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"Vault" is also a term used by other programs to describe a password manager. It's shorter than "password manager". I'm terribly sorry if you were not familiar with the term or if it has caused you so much trouble that it made you wonder if I was in the wrong forum.
Thanks for the tip on how to add a password to the "vault". It works.
Right clicking on the password does work, thanks, but you can't list passwords based on the date they were added on.
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Re: Vault, a couple of suggestions

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You can right click on any of the password column names and choose to show as created as modified dates. Hope that's what you were looking for. Thanks.
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