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Old 24th December 2005, 23:22
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Default different port for admin access & suspendind nonpaying sites

Hello everyone,

I am evaluating ISPconfig to replace our current solution and I am amazed for the ease of the setup of ISPConfig ! I would like to know if there are workarounds for this issues we have :

1- We would like to restrict admin access to specific IPs.
2- Is there a way of suspending a client and all services which has an overdue invoice?
3- In webmail it is possibe to log in with full email address as username, but in POP3 this method doesn't work. We prefer to assign email addresses as pop3 usernames.

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Arda Ovacik
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Old 25th December 2005, 13:51
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1- We would like to restrict admin access to specific IPs.
I don't know if this is possible out of the box. Till knows that better than me, but he is on holidays for a couple of days. However, you could rewrite the login code and put your own code in there to check for specific IP addresses.

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2- Is there a way of suspending a client and all services which has an overdue invoice?
Yes! Simply delete that customer, it will then go into the recycle bin which means his sites aren't active anymore, and he can't login. If he pays his bill, then you can restore him from the recycle bin, otherwise you can delete him completely.
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3- In webmail it is possibe to log in with full email address as username, but in POP3 this method doesn't work. We prefer to assign email addresses as pop3 usernames.
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Old 27th December 2005, 14:25
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1- We would like to restrict admin access to specific IPs.
This is not possible out of the box. You will have to add an IP check to the login scripts for the webinterface. They are in /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/login/
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