I heard a lot about cPanel. I decided to try it out before buying and installing it on my servers. So I registered with a host as a reseller. This in order to test for at least 1 month, carefully, no pressure, etc... I just started yesterday, so this is pretty much all I can say for now. cPanels implementacion of webmail is horrible and insecure by definition. 1) Why can´t you select one of the three webmail systems and use that as default? Whats the point of having to select a webmail app each and every time one logs in? 2) Whats the deal with the htacess security first, and then the html one? Why can´t it work with simple HTML security as these webmail clients do by default. 3)Does the fact that once you go through the first level of security (htaccess) your login/password are prefilled in the HTML page mean that this is a kludge and that the cPanel developers can´t get rid of the firts level of security? 4) Since there is no way to "logout" from htaccess (other than closing the browser) and the html login/pass are prefilled on all instances of the browsers session, this is exrtemely INSECURE. You select logout from the webmail interface and leave your computer.....if you forgot to close that window and all windows from the same session, then you can just retype the URL and you can get right back in to the account...after all, user/pass are already prefilled. Now lets say we teach all users to ALWAYS close ALL browser windows....that wont work either. Many dedicated public terminals have a browser window as a shell. You cant open additional windows, nor can you close the main one. In this case...the browser is always in the main session. No way to close it. Not a securty risk. A definite security problem. are there any plans to change these things with webmail in the near future? If yes, any idea when so that I can give cPanel another try. As is, cPanel is useless to me so I will have to keep my current solution (I run 14 machines and create hosts manually....it sucks.....but its secure). thanks, almost a buyer cPanel.net Support Ticket Number: a bug or just poor planning?