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Old 28th April 2009, 15:06
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I miss following feautres (I was Plesk user ;-))

- Wizard to create .htaccess file for securing the site with an passwort and user
- Wizard for editing files on the webspace
- Possibility to enable Emailforwarders and autoresponder
- Possibility for creating resellers (they must have access for create it's own customers and they should only see it's customers)
Thanks for integreat it.
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Old 28th April 2009, 15:20
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I miss following feautres (I was Plesk user ;-))

- Wizard to create .htaccess file for securing the site with an passwort and user
- Wizard for editing files on the webspace
- Possibility to enable Emailforwarders and autoresponder
- Possibility for creating resellers (they must have access for create it's own customers and they should only see it's customers)
Thanks for integreat it.
HHHmmm...
i am USING Email-Forwarder and autoresponder with ISPC3
i am also sure, that you are able to create reseller with ISPC3 ( i didn't use it, but it is in the source-code...)

Wat do you mean with Wizrad for editing files on the webspace. do you mean a web-based ftp-client?
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Old 28th April 2009, 15:28
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It's true i didnt see it, emailforwarder and autoresponder is there
I can't enable resellers because if they are admins they see my domains...

Yes web based FTP-client

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Old 15th July 2009, 18:10
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I have used Webmin in the past to administer hosting services on my servers. It gets the job done, but my setup requires me to do everything. ISPConfig will change that dramatically for me.

One feature that Webmin has that would be beneficial to ISPConfig in my opinion, is the ability to set Password Protected directories. It creates the .htaccess files automatically from the interface.
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Old 11th August 2009, 15:13
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I think i cut be nice whit a chmod wizard in ISPConfig3 so the users can change det permisions of the files and folders ind eks. web folder

i dont now if there are a sutch feater that can be installt right now

but i am looking for one
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Old 11th August 2009, 15:43
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All Panel have it. It will be nice when its in ISPConfig too.

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Old 11th August 2009, 19:06
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You can use any web FTP client you like with ispconfig, so no need to reinvent the wheel by implementing our own web-ftp.
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