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Old 31st July 2011, 20:55
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Hi everyone,

I have a question about editing the client templates. Nothing technical, but I was wondering if someone can post or PM me an example of what they are offering basic members. I'm running a web server with CentOS 5.6 and was hoping to set it up for virtual hosting, so I was going to have different plans. For instance, a "basic" plan, a "better-than-basic" plan, and "the-best-plan" plan. Also, should I give the account I use for hosting my site full access, or should I make some limitations to it?

I'm not going to be selling any space for a long time, since I'm new to Linux and running a web server. I just want to get everything set up so I can eventually do it. I also think learning through hands-on is the best way to learn all this. I might host some sites for my friends, so I would have to set up accounts for them, but other than that, I'm the only one using the server.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Oh, here's the fields I was hoping to see an example for:

Max number of email domains:
Max number of mailboxes:
Max number of email aliases:
Max number of domain aliases:
Max number of email forwarders:
Max. number of email catchall accounts:
Max. number of email routes:
Max. number of email filters:
Max. number of fetchmail accounts:
Mailbox quota:
Max. number of spamfilter white / blacklist filters:
Max. number of spamfilter users:
Max. number of spamfilter policys:
Max. number of web domains:
Web Quota MB:
Max. number of web aliasdomains:
Max. number of web subdomains:
Max. number of FTP users:
Max. number of Shell users:
Max. number of Webdav users:
Max. number of DNS zones:
Max. number of secondary DNS zones:
Max. number DNS records:
Max. number of Databases:
Max. number of cron jobs:
Max. type of cron jobs (chrooted and full implies url):
Min. delay between executions:
Traffic Quota MB:

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No But the limits depend on how you want to position your products and your price calculation etc. So I guess that most ISP's wont post this data here.

If you want to get an idea how many email accounts etc. other ISP's offer for their plans, you can e.g. surf to their websites and take a look what they offer in their hosting plans.
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When you put it like that, it makes sense I guess the biggest problem I'm having is that I don't know what goes in some of the profile fields. Probably nothing a google search can't fix, but I didn't want to do something stupid and give a user half of my hard drive with unlimited domains and email accounts.

I'll do what you suggested and take a look around to see if I can figure some of this out. Thanks for the suggestion!
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All fields in ISPConfig are described in the ISPConfig manual:

http://www.howtoforge.com/download-t...onfig-3-manual
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