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Old 26th January 2011, 07:42
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Default Soap API and Welcome email

I've a script that successfully create emails with ISPConfig 3 soap interface, but the welcome email is not sent to the new mail box created and so the user can not login in the webmail.
Is there a way to ask to ISPConfig 3 with the soap api to send the welcome email or should I wrote my own script to send an email with phpmailer by example ?

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Old 26th January 2011, 09:27
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The mailboxes get created by the api call and not the welcome email. So the user must be able to login to the mailbox about 60 seconds after you called the api.

The welcome email is a function of the ispconfig interface. as the api is a lowlevel api, you will have to send emails from your script if you want to send a welcome email.
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