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Old 2nd February 2009, 05:29
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I just installed ISPConfig on a OpenVZ container that I am moving my reseller accounts over to and am very impressed with the software. It was a breeze to install and had a great selection of CentOS docs.


There is a few run ins I found and looking for any possible tweaks or ways to do this.

1) When a account is created (userdomain.com), there is a login and password for ISPConfig with it associated however I am unable to login to the FTP with that username. Is there a way to enable that account has the FTP so there is no need to create a web uesr?

2) Along that same line, if I create a user for domain userdomain.com so they have the email address username@userdomain.com, I found I can get to their web site at userdomain.com/users/username. Is there any way to disable this?



Other than that, it has been some great software and I look forward to using it.
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Old 3rd February 2009, 14:08
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1) When a account is created (userdomain.com), there is a login and password for ISPConfig with it associated however I am unable to login to the FTP with that username. Is there a way to enable that account has the FTP so there is no need to create a web uesr?
You're mixing up ISPConfig users (resellers and clients) with system users (email & FTP). You must create email and FTP users on the "User & Email" tab of a web site in ISPConfig.

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2) Along that same line, if I create a user for domain userdomain.com so they have the email address username@userdomain.com, I found I can get to their web site at userdomain.com/users/username. Is there any way to disable this?
This is not possible without modifying the sources.
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Old 3rd February 2009, 15:55
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You're mixing up ISPConfig users (resellers and clients) with system users (email & FTP). You must create email and FTP users on the "User & Email" tab of a web site in ISPConfig.
Sorry. I am coming from a cPanel background so the reseller/client users was always the login to manage the site. I don't mind creating users but for some of my clients like how there is a billing type account login and they can create users for the FTP login but some clients I have do not want email or user web spaces for names they create to manage their sites so I am just trying to find a way around.

Other than this little road block this is a great piece of software!
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