If you use the invite user functionality as described at https://confluence.atlassian.com/conf56/confluence-administrator-s-guide/managing-confluence-users/adding-and-inviting-users#AddingandInvitingUsers-Invitingpeopletosignup then the link is valid until the token is reset.
Thank you very much for your reply, Phil.
There are two posibilities: You can either send a new user an invitation link. The user can then register herself / himself. The link in the invitation email contains a token. This token is valid until you change it. I think that's what you described above.
The other possibility is: You create a user account in the admin panel. You can then either set a password for the account. Or you can send out a notification email that contains a link through that the new user can set a the password.
What I am not sure about: Does this notification email in the second case contain the same token as in the first case? If yes: All the links are valid until i change the token, right? If not: How long are these links valid?
Thanks a lot,
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