Thanks for your fast response.
>> No. But he can delete email accounts via his cPanel easy enough.
Well I mean like this... say there is a company and this company is a customer of mine. Now this company has a sysadmin who is responsible for creating and deleting mailboxes. Now is there a way...
Is it possible to give a customer access to WHM so he/she can add or delete mailboxes without my interference?
When this customer logs in, he should only have access to his mail configuration and nothing else. He should not see any other menu options.
Can this be done?
I understand I'll have to use a local version of te vhost, but what if cPanel updates and changes the default vhost (on which my local version is based). Will things go wrong then because my local vhost is not up to date anymore? Or is that impossible?
Thanks Michael. My last question... how would I do this server-wide. So not domain-based. So when I add a new domain (from different users) the document root is always the same. What's the best way to accomplish that, without the risk my adjustments are being overwritten?
Correct, shouldn't have... but it did.
But is what I want possible?
cPanelMichael told me to change /var/cpanel/userdata/$username/$domain.com, but the manual warns that these files should not be changed... so that's strange isn't it?
Doesn't this file "/var/cpanel/userdata/$username/$domain.com" get changed on cPanel/WHM/Apache updates? Will my adjustments be forever preserved?
I once did some tweaking of the Apache templates to find out a whole lot later that some of my adjustments disappeared due to a...
Thanks for replying.
I understand what you are saying, but my question is... can I somehow point EACH domain to the same document root (folder). So when I create a new account and a new domain for John, I want the document root to be folder X. Then when I create a new account and a new domain...
English is not my mother language, so if my question is unclear, please say so.
I want to reinstall my VPS in a better way than it is right now. What I want to accomplish is that all (new) domains when I add them, automatically point to the same document root (the same folder)...
In the meanwhile I did some searching on a few search engines.
I compared this search-string:
"save the contents to a file"
to this one:
"save data to a file"
This last one results in more hits. So it seems to be more common after all... ??
English is not my native language and I could use some advice of someone who's native language is English.
When I want to save something to a file, then how do I call this "something" I want to save? For example, this "something" could be configuration settings, but also a HTML page...
I found out that the problem occurs when I update to the newest PHP version. When I go back to the old PHP version (5.4) I can successfully install the YAML module again. However, if I update to PHP version 5.5.6 then I get the error message as shown above. Am I doing something wrong, or is this...
Earliers I installed YAML on my server using these instructions. Today I updated my PHP version and afterwards my YAML didn't work anymore. I followed the instructions again but it doesn't help :(
When I use WHM-> Software-> Module Installers-> PHP Pecl-> manage and try to install...