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different dns templates for different packages

Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by broncha, Dec 22, 2010.

  1. broncha

    broncha Active Member

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    Hello,

    Is there a way to assign a custom dns template for a package.I searched for it and haven't been able to find any features within WHM.

    It could be done via postwwwacct but just wondering if that feature is under development or is already there.

    Thanks
     
  2. MattDees

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    As of this time it is only possible to template a zone by reseller. Doing this by package isn't an option currently.

    You can always file a feature request at -> Feature Requests for cPanel and WHM

    and allow others users to comment on this.

    postwwacct is definately the way to go. What specifically are you looking to modify from package to package?
     
  3. broncha

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    I actually set up a package for Google Apps and thought I cud specify a dns template with the mx records required for google apps.

    Right now I'm working on the postwwwacct script for this. But it would really be nice if it was a built in feature in WHM.
     
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    I'm was looking for the same feature, and found this post.
    Maybe from the time this post was created cpanel added that feature ?
    Or is there any similar solution?
     
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