email/webuser password change

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by karmacop, May 8, 2006.

  1. karmacop

    karmacop New Member

    Hi Guys

    Ive just configured a ISPConfig system for a Small Cable ISP. We are using the system to provide easy homepage provisioning for their customers

    We are using the email/web users part to give some of the customers a homepage under

    There are a couple of things id like to know:

    1, we arent actually using email for the customers on web, so is it possible to get ISPconfig to not create all the mail files etc in the users directory?

    2, I know passwords can be changed by logging into domain:81/Mailuser, but as we are only using these users for web, we do not want them to see alot of confusing mail settings that do not apply to them, so is their any other way to change a users password?

  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    No, not without changes in the source code.

    You can use the ISPConfig remoting framework and build your own interface:
  3. karmacop

    karmacop New Member


    am i correct in saying that i will need to update ISPConfig to the latest devel version to be able to use remoting tho? As this is a production system i dont really like the ide of using a development version.
  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Yes, unless you change the installer of the stable version to compile XML into ISPConfig's PHP. Of course, you then need XML installed on your server, otherwise the installation will fail.


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