I use the domain name prefix for creating users in ISPConfig. I do this because the number system based on the ID of the user is a very hard way to track and manage users, is not very intitive for the users themselves, and just all around makes more sense. The problem I run into is that I cannot create any users for a site with a domain that is longer than 32 characters. Believe it or not with my clients this is a common occurence. Is there any way to either... over-ride the 32 char limit... or create a different method when using the DOMAIN prefix that would truncate the domain to a reasonable number of chars, and if when truncating it is not unique it applies a "1" suffix (and "2" if that is taken and so on) to ensure its uniqueness? I believe I can get around this problem by changing my settings to have no prefix, then back again after I create this user. But I would like the hard rules like I suggested above to apply consistently for reseller accounts. Perhaps there is already a way in ISPConfig to do this? If not let me know and I can post a thread in the Features Request category. Another issue I find is having to manually create a user for each site. This to me seems redundant as most of my sites I create are for new users! Is there a way to have a standard user created every time a site is created perhaps derived from a setting in the basis template used? Another question I have, is why the error message for surpassing the 32 char limit is a dead end? Wouldn't it make sense for there to be a link to return to the form and try again instead of having to rely on the browsers frame navigating features (that some do not have) to return to the form?