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Old 9th February 2010, 17:54
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Hi all,

I've been evaluating a number of ISP packages and I have been very impressed with ISPConfig 3!

It looks like ISPConfig, as well as a number I have seen so far, require an approved admin to create email accounts etc.

I was wondering if there was the feature (or anyone else had created it) to allow users to create their own email accounts via a signup page against a predefined domain name i.e. without requiring login credentials beforehand? So the user creates all the required data - think hotmail or gmail signup process, the system could then either auto create the login info and email credentials to the user, or, place it in a queue pending admin review/approval.

Is this function available?

Many thanks,

Darren
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Old 9th February 2010, 20:20
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You can realize something like that with the remoting framework of ispconfig (API).
You can find examples in the downloaded software.
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Old 9th February 2010, 23:52
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Aha! Found it, many, many thanks Germanius! Now time to play with the script
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