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Domain redirection from specific cpanel account

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by monsignore, Mar 17, 2012.

  1. monsignore

    monsignore Member

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    Hi !

    Well i have a singlular problem and no idea on how to solve that.
    Here is the scenario :

    - I run a multisite wordpress, on which we can "map " a domain.

    Problem : for now, i park the domain on top on the main one. it works just fine, BUT custumers can NOT (for security reason) acces to cpanel SO they canot manage there emails. I am forced to make them manually.

    SO my question is :

    - Is there a way to create a cpanel account with only acces to email management AND possibility to alter tne DNS zone in order to setup a IN A entry so the domain can be mapped on the wordpress multisite on ANOTHER cpanel account ?

    - Could you please clarify if it is possible (we also can use a CNAME entry)
    - Could tou explain me how to setup taht config ?

    Thanks in advance :)
     
  2. MoonlightSupprt

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    The functionality that you are looking for doesn't really work in a cPanel environment. If you want to keep multisite WordPress you would run the "email only" cPanel accounts on another server / VPS. Instead of using multisite WordPress I would look at something like managewp.com to manage multiple WordPress installs from a central location.
     
  3. monsignore

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    no the managewp.com does not fit my needs at all for several reasons.

    thanks you for youranswer anyway :)
     
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