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Old 24th September 2011, 05:17
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Default Resellers - Bugs and Requests

As I could see, a reseller can give to a client more mail space than it has for use.
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Reseller has a limit of 5000 MB to use.
Reseller creates a client, and he can assign 88888 MB to him... (this should not happen, a reseller must not be allowed to assign more space than hi has)

The client, can't create a site above the limit of 5000 MB... but error about that 88888 MB is the limit for the site is appearing.

Client templates must not be displayed when creating Resellers (this is a bug, because templates are related to clients and are displayed to be assigned to resellers)

Maybe ispconfig should implement a template for resellers (to be aplyed as admin when creating resellers).

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Old 24th September 2011, 17:30
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Please post bugreports and feature requests in the bugtracker.
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Old 26th September 2011, 20:11
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Done! 2 bugs and 1 feature opened in roadmap.
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