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Accounting php module

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by pronisis, Mar 14, 2003.

  1. pronisis

    pronisis Registered

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    Hello:

    Somebody can help me!!! :(

    I made an Accounting php script, because I want to run an automatic web hosting service, and works good, but I have some question somebody can answer please:

    I use

    function createacct ($host,$user,$accesshash,$usessl,$acctdomain,$acct
    user,$acctpass,$acctplan)

    To create an account, but I don't know the function to edit an account (space, email, database, etc)

    Somebody know something about this!!!

    Other question when the script creates the account send some messages, can I put my own messages?

    Thank you!!!

    Best Regards,

    Victor Villasana
     
  2. SoftmegUK

    SoftmegUK Well-Known Member

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    I'm pretty sure someone has wrote an addon to do the account edit bit, search the forums and have a look!
     
  3. TimM

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    The problem is, when you search the forums all you get are people asking the questions you want the answer to, followed by useless answers like "search the forums". Might as well write a bot to send that response. I've searched and all I find is "search the forums".

    Do you guys actually offer proper support? There's no point paying for a CPanel license if I can't use it.
     
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    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    These are not official support forums, they're here for other server admins to help each other out in their free time. If you want support from cPanel themselves, then you need to go to your cPanel license provider if you didn't by direct from cPanel, or log a support ticket with cPanel.
     
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