I hope this helps . The DocuSign system does not support changing the email address through the API (REST or SOAP). This is mainly due to security restrictions - unfortunately your users will need to manually go into the DocuSign Console and go to Preferences to change their email address. One thing that might make this process a little smoother is to automatically open the Console for your users when they request to change their email address. You can open the Console in an embedded iFrame in your site or app and from there they can change their account info. You would just need the user's credentials (along with the integrator key of the integration) and you can open the console for them.
Docusign distributorPassword or an AppToken for a demo account?
hope this fix your issue According to DocuSign, the distributorCode and distributorPassword will be issued to the owner of the DocuSign account once you sign up. They are different from your username, password and integrator key. Then you can add them as extra header in your calls to their REST API using this format:
will help you DocuSign Demo environment accounts should have full functionality, but in some cases they don't. Open a case with DocuSign Support requesting Signing Groups be enabled on that account and that can be added. In the case, be sure to include the account id and specifiy that this is in demo.
Docusign - how to enable organization Tab for docusign demo account?
like below fixes the issue You don't need User Consent or Admin Consent to sign the uploaded document. Signing is part of workflow, and signing can be done either remote or embedded. Remote Signing means DocuSign will send an email to the recipient (Signers) of the envelope and they have to complete the Signing process from the DocuSign email only. Whereas, embedded Signing is, signers have to come to your App and your App will be hosting the Signing ceremony inside your App, and generating the Signing URL using DS APIs, example of embedded Signing is available here or sample example. In no case, you need User or Admin consent, User/Admin Consent is needed for Sender's authentication normally, where your App want to do something for them on the user's behalf, for instance send an envelope for a user, then you need the User or Admin Consent. Admin Consent can be achieved by Organization module in DocuSign, in which you have to claim the email domains of the user in DocuSign, these users should have email (DS Username) in the claimed email domain. Using Admin Consent you cannot generate Access token for them if they belong to email domain like GMail, Yahoo, as you cannot claim their domain in DocuSign. To enable Organization in your DS Account, I would assume you would have purchased DocuSign subscription for PROD DS Account, you need to contact your PROD DS Account's Account Manager, and DS AM can enable Organization from backend for your Demo Account for your Dev purpose (Org Admin comes with extra price, so you need to check with your AM if its included in your subscription).
DocuSign demo account Integrator Key connect to Customer DocuSign accounts
should help you out When an integrator key goes Live and is promoted to the Production environment, it is linked to a single account for management purposes, but it can be used with any DocuSign account. You will need a DocuSign account on an API plan or Enterprise-level account to complete key promotion, but there's no special/additional licensing to enable a key to be used with other accounts once it is live.