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Disable :blackhole:

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Maistre, May 9, 2004.

  1. Maistre

    Maistre Member

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    I set up an account as a :blackhole: and now I want to remove it and see no option in cpanel for this.

    How can I remove blackhole from this account?
     
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    Simply goto the default address and change it to something other than :blackhole:
     
  3. Maistre

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    It gives me no option... I'm using the blue lagoon theme... there is no way to undo it there.

    Can this be done in the shell? where? which file?
     
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    go in to mail settings and change default address to whatever you want. The option is there.

    Also, why are you using blue laggoon? That skin sux, sorry if I offend anyone, but unless you are restricing users from seeing everything (in which you should just make a new one) you shouldnt use that skin. Its just plain horrible looking :p
     
  5. Maistre

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    gosh, i don't know... what is a better theme?
     
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    X or X2

    Those are easier to manage :)
     
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    hey, I like Blue Lagoon :)

    It's minimal and clean looking, it's fast loading, I'm restricting features to some users, seems to work well... can't ask for much more.
     
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    Yeah, as I said previously, that would be the only time or for the only people in which I would ever use blue laggoon. Its really not that bad, but the X themes are "prettier" looking for the end user, and I have found they are more receptive to it.
     
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    In my case all end users are in-house (and the odd external) content developers or domain babysitters, so the pretty factor isn't as important.
     
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