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Old 24th September 2005, 14:17
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Default Default settings for users

I am in the process of transferring all my clients over to my new servers running ISPconfig.
They are currently on a box running cpanel and although it is a lot of work, I am happy to move them over manually.

All the email users I am adding require the same settings, specifically:

Advanced Settings
Mailscan: Yes

Spamfilter & Antivirus
Spamfilter: Yes
Antivirus: Yes
Rewrite Subject: Yes

Is it possible for me to edit a file or db record somewhere that will set these values by default when adding a new user ?

Thanks in advance
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Old 24th September 2005, 15:51
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The normal way is to do it in the forms editor, but it is NOT recommended on production systems and breaks compatibility.

As these settings are all on the advanced tab, which is not shown as first tab, there is a safer solution.

Compare a record in the table isp_isp_user where the advanced settings are not set at all with a record where you set the spamfilter and antivirus settings to your needs. Then change the defaults of the fields in the mySQL table to reflect your new defaults with phpmyadmin. Make a backup of the database before!
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