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Old 6th March 2006, 20:09
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is there a possibility to create quickly a large amount of mail accounts with ispconfig? i think of a shell script with an input file, or so...

Thanks for any solutions.
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is there a possibility to create quickly a large amount of mail accounts with ispconfig? i think of a shell script with an input file, or so...

Thanks for any solutions.
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