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Old 3rd January 2011, 04:54
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Default Shell and FTP Prefix Options

For Shell and FTP:

I was using "user[WEBID]_" in ISPconfig2 for prefix.
I can emulate "user[ClientID]_" in ISPconfig3 for prefix.

I was hoping I could do "[DOMAINNAME]_" in ISPconfig so I didnt have to remember all the [WEBID] numbers anymore.

I purchased the manual hoping there would be a list of options for prefix.
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What options do I have for a prefix?

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Old 3rd January 2011, 10:11
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The domain name can not be used a prefix.

The recommended prefixes are:

[CLIENTID]
[DOMAINID]

There is also a prefix [CLIENTNAME] but you should not use it as it can corrupt your system in case that a client name gets changed.
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