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Old 3rd August 2007, 12:14
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Question unlink email and ftp accounts

Hi I have a small problem with my ISP, that is related to how ISPConfig works.

My ISP wants me to pay for each email account I want.
I ordered a large account where to import about 15 domains or more using a reseller account.
I paid for only 1 email account because that's what I need.
Now for each domain I want to create an FTP account, but I cannot, since every FTP account is connected to an email account, and I have only 1 email account available.

That's why I'm asking here for a mod in the next release to let email and ftp accounts work separately.

Thanks

Pierpaolo
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Old 3rd August 2007, 12:45
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This is part of ISPConfig 3. It can not be integrated in the next ISPConfig 2 releases.
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