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Batch user import?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by meganet, Mar 29, 2005.

  1. meganet

    meganet Well-Known Member

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    Is there a way and or mod to do a batch user import? Something like a CVS file?
     
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    linux-image Well-Known Member

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    perhaps iam missing something here. can u explain what exactly are u trying to do ?
     
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    we recently purchased a smaller ISP that has a Redhat 7.x webserver hosting a hundred-or-so small domains. Each domain has a folder off of the /HOME directory represeting their username. What I was looking for was a batch process to create these accounts in cPanel, instead of creating each 1 by 1.

    With our mail servers, we can typically import a CSV file of an email address, username, password. Just wondering if there is something similar someone has made or is provided in cPanel.
     
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    cpanel also has a similar structure of giving the usernames. but however cpanel supports move from any of the following only:

    WHM 4.5+ Pre WHM 4.5 WebPanel pXa (Pl*sk) 1.x, 2.x, 5.x, 6.x ZerXex's dXm enXim 3.x Alab*nza CIH0st/Spectr0

    if this redhat server is something that isnt having any control panel, the only alternative left will be to manually script the move, that did much be easier than moving individual accounts.
     
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    got ya, thanks. :)
     
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