clients vs users : please explain ;-)

Discussion in 'General' started by ledufakademy, Aug 18, 2020.

  1. ledufakademy

    ledufakademy Member

    this is not clear in my mind.
    we have one client which is a LUg (linux user group).
    this client, with only one domain, so one mail domain etc ...
    BUT with hundreds of users, with their'mailbox (on or more per user).
    each user may have one up to five subdomain sites ...
    how can i do that with ispconfig ?
    sorry for newbies question.
     
  2. ledufakademy

    ledufakademy Member

    ... or perhaps lug must be reseller, then users defined as client ?
    i don't know.
    (but all for the same domain, for all functions)
    we need that each user can access panel, then add mailbox or alias or own websites (subdomain of lug)
     
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  3. Th0m

    Th0m ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    It is not possible to set up different users for the same domain. So e.g. you have example.com as website, only one user (let's call him user1) can create [email protected] and [email protected]. It is not possible to create "user2" and let him create mailboxes, subdomains, etc for the same domain aswell.

    You can probably write your own interface for this and use the API.
     
  4. ledufakademy

    ledufakademy Member

    so ispconfig is not done for end users ?
    but for the adminsys of a client?, so a group of end user ?
     
    Last edited: Aug 19, 2020
  5. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    ISPConfig is for end-users, end users normally have their own domain. What you try to do is domain sharing, so several customers must use the same domain name, which is quite uncommon, and therefore not supported by ISPConfig.
     
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  6. ledufakademy

    ledufakademy Member

    ok, i understand.
    you're right that domain sharing is not very professional.
    so the LUG will be a client.
    if lug's users want to manage themselve their mailbox , alias : they must have their own domain, then became real client.;)
     
  7. Th0m

    Th0m ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    End users with a mailbox can change their mailbox settings though, but they can not add a alias or anything.

    They can login to the interface with their email login details.
     
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  8. ledufakademy

    ledufakademy Member

    ok, thank you th0m
     
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  9. nhybgtvfr

    nhybgtvfr Active Member

    wow, all these years using ispconfig and i never realised mail users could login to the ispconfig interface with their mailbox login.
    don't remember (obviously) seeing anything about that option in the manual either.
     
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