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Old 25th October 2005, 09:49
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Default username generation

Hi all,

Is it posible for ISP config to do some automatic stuff like username generation.

for example I create a new customer. This customer is called John Deer. Now he registers the domain www.johndeer.com. So i would like to have the folowing:

an automatic ftp account for the webspace www.johndeer.com with username www.johndeer.com and a generated password.

when he wants email like john@johndeer.com I would like an automatic username as john.johndeer.com with a generated password.

is this posible?

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Old 25th October 2005, 10:00
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No, such a function is not available.
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