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Email Creation Through URL

Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by Taylan, Feb 9, 2018.

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  1. Taylan

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    I'm trying to create emails automatically on signup for users. I'm trying to achieve this through the URL below but it's saying 'Invalid Security Token'. I have WHM and an API token, just wondering on how to achieve it.

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    http://[cpanel user]:[cpanel pass]@example.com.au:2082/frontend/paper_lantern/mail/doaddpop.html?email=$euser&domain=$edomain&password=$epass&quota=1024
    Or is there another way to create email accounts?
     
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    Try the attached files. This worked for us a while back. There are probably some updates available.

    Hope it helps.

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    I don't understand why the files were removed? They were not malicious, dangerous, or infringing on any copyright?
     
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    There should be no need to post a zip file to answer a question about an API call not working properly.
     
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    The forum would not allow me to post the full PHP code Infopro, so I figured the next best thing was to upload the PHP files. Maybe consider disabling file uploads for .zip files on the forum if it is an issue...?

    Thank you for the answer at least.
     
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    Thanks for your feedback.

    I'm not sure what issue you had posting some php code in php code tags, but it should work fine. If needed.
     
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    Hello,

    The following UAPI function is available if you want to create email accounts via the command line or through a custom application:

    UAPI Functions - Email::add_pop - Software Development Kit - cPanel Documentation

    @Dave Smith, would you mind posting the script example in CODE tags and let us know if it still fails? If so, feel free to send me a private message with a link to the file and I'll update your earlier response to include the code.

    Thanks!
     
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