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Unatine 12th March 2009 13:36

ISPConfig3. Autosignup
 
Search forum for "autosignup", but all solutions (as i'm understand) created for ISPConfig2.

Need some functional, that clients can register themselves (with admin approve or without).

Maybe just execute some functions from ISPConfig3 code in separate page with signup form?

till 12th March 2009 15:10

Quote:

Maybe just execute some functions from ISPConfig3 code in separate page with signup form?
The functions are tied directly to the ispconfig form handlers so this will not work The only solution is to write directly to the database at the moment as the remoting framework for ispconfig 3 is still in early stages of development.

Unatine 12th March 2009 15:18

Ok :)
Try to write this small page... May be solve problem with default language and country client's parameters.

Thanks!

phorce1 1st April 2009 09:11

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Originally Posted by till (Post 174877)
The functions are tied directly to the ispconfig form handlers so this will not work The only solution is to write directly to the database at the moment as the remoting framework for ispconfig 3 is still in early stages of development.

<sigh>

So, no way to automate putting in the 1700 email accounts I need to add to the domain I'm setting up unless I poke straight at the tables.

</sigh>

till 1st April 2009 09:34

Writing a script that ads email addresses to a domain in ispconfig to the sql tables takes no longer then writing a script that uses the remoting extension when all these addresses belong to the same domain.

phorce1 1st April 2009 10:52

I'm no sql genius :D

I can do it, but I'll need to study the tables for a while. I'll post what I come up with here. I just finished fixing some issues with radiator that have been bugging me for a while so at least I'm currently in a MySQL state of mind at the moment.


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