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Old 25th June 2009, 14:08
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..only if you allowed the user to create the site himself he can increae it. If the site was created by an admin, the user cant increase its quota.
how can i disallow the user to create sites ?
For example.. if i put the user sites limit to 5 and i pre-insert (as admin) the 5 user sites ... how can i disallow user to delete one of them and create a new one ?

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Old 25th June 2009, 14:19
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Clients can not delete sites that had been created by the admin user.
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Old 25th June 2009, 15:06
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ok.. i'll do more tests :-)

So .. there is a way to 'convert' a site generated by a client to a site generated by admin (for obvious locking purpose) ?

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what kind of mailbox format is used in ispconfig 3?

I'm running ispconfig2 with Maildir. Maybe I'm going to switch on a new server to ispconfig3. Is it possible to save mail from Maildir and copy it to ispconfig3?
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Old 29th June 2009, 08:44
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ISPConfig 2 and 3 are using both maildir format.
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Default I wish I could RTFM!

I have postponed using any kind of control panel due to concerns that they can open up security holes.

This week I decided to take a look at what open source options are out there and ISPConfig appears to be the most highly regarded.

As I have found the HowtoForge articles here invaluable, I also thought it would be a smart choice, particularly given there was a HowtoForge article that gave pretty clear instructions on how to setup ISPConfig 3 (if somewhat concerning that it suggested opening up the MySQL server to the world).

I proceeded to follow the otherwise excellent Howto and got ISPConfig 3 running inside a Xen VM in no time. So I logged in, changed the admin password and ran headlong into a brick wall!

There seems to be absolutely no user documentation to guide you through common tasks like setting up a new user with a single site, setting up a reseller or managing quotas.

I have just now paid up as a subscriber to HowtoForge (because it is hardly fair to gripe about something you get for free ;-) ), but now that I am paying surely the experts at HowtoForge could write some decent documentation for your own product! :-)

Thanks for all the amazing work you do.
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Old 8th July 2009, 23:49
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There seems to be absolutely no user documentation to guide you through common tasks like setting up a new user with a single site, setting up a reseller or managing quotas.
We know that and we are already working on some documentation. But in general its really self explaining.

1) To create a new user, click on clients at the top, then on edit clients on the left and then on the add new client button.
2) To create a website, the same procedure just in the sites module. Click on sites at the top, then on edit domain at the left and then on add new domains.

Thats all
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Hi all,
I used ISPConfig v3.

I have a reseller customer and i want to creat this account with limit 5GB harddisk and 50 GB bandwidth. How can i do it ?
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I just installed ISPConfig 3 and I notice that despite setting 5MB harddisk quota at the website domain, I can still upload 20MB of files using the FTP. Thus, I have proceed to reopen the case: http://bugtracker.ispconfig.org/inde...ls&task_id=496
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