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Old 9th March 2006, 21:26
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Default Indiv. Forms , Adminusers , Mailuserlogin

ISPConfig is great, but some thing could be implemented:

1. Individual Forms

The admin must have the possibility to make some points visible or not visible for resellers or users. For example, the users must not be able to change the default Mailserver, or to create new co-domains...

2. Adminusers

A feature the the admin can add more admin-users that have the same rights, and for security-reasons it would be nice to change the username of the "admin"

3. Mailuserlogin with mailaddress alternative to username...

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Old 10th March 2006, 08:06
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1. Individual Forms

The admin must have the possibility to make some points visible or not visible for resellers or users.
If you want to disable a form field at all, you can use the included form editor to set the field to invisible.

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For example, the users must not be able to change the default Mailserver, or to create new co-domains...
To disallow the creation of new co-domains you can restrict the number of domains to the number of co-domains + 1 for the main domain.

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it would be nice to change the username of the "admin"
Just change the admin username in the mysql table sys_user, make shure that you do not create a duplicate username when editing the database table manually.

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3. Mailuserlogin with mailaddress alternative to username...
This wont be possible without the switch to virtual mailusers planned for ISPconfig 3.
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