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Email All Users

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Retropunk, Aug 22, 2003.

  1. Retropunk

    Retropunk Registered

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    Is there a way to adjust the form that comes up when using the "email all users" through WHM? Right now when you click the link a form comes up with 3 of the fields set with saved info...like this:
    From Name: Spr Host Support
    From Email: support@sprhost.cp
    Subject: Updates


    Now these fields are editable. However, it would be nice not to have to type in the same email, from name and subject everytime since they will most likely never change except for the subject. This info is obviously stored somewhere. Any ideas where I go to change it?

    Thanks in advance for the help

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  2. B12Org

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    Try looking in the mail dirs, or in the exim config file it may show another file to use as a template. Not sure though.

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    Maybe in sendmail?

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    awesome..I'll check it out...thanks

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    If anyone knows the answer to this, please share away! Searching our servers now...
     
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    This file specifies the default values:
    /usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/bin/whostmgr

    It's a binary file so you could try modifying it with a hex editor. Any editing is at your own risk and would probably be overwritten upon subsequent cPanel/WHM updates.

    Hopefully the cPanel developers will incorporate a feature allowing us to customize it via the GUI.
     
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