Why is the 'Send welcome email' flag grayed out by default in Site Admin?
In WebEx Site Administration, under 'Site Admin / Add User', there is a flag labeled: "Send "Welcome" email to this host when account is created"
That flag is grayed out by default on new sites and it requires a call into the WebEx Customer Success Team to enable the flag.
Intuitively, it seems that a new Host would normally need that welcome email and that a Site Administrator would want that Welcome email to go out.
Does anyone know whether this is a bug, or whether that flag is grayed out by design? I'm having trouble making sense of why WebEx would disable that flag by default and force a call into WebEx Customer Success to enable it. There may be a reason that just hasn't occurred to me yet?
Thank you for any help.
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