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Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by lomo, Feb 16, 2005.

  1. lomo

    lomo Member

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    hi all,

    I want only email account management for a user, I know xmail theme is my best bet, but I couldn't get "email filtering" to show up, even after i added it in the feature manager, any thoughts?

    lomo
     
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    Copy the xmail theme and then modify it to include/sxclude whatever options that you want. Look at the complete theme (x) to find out how.
     
  3. lomo

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    Thks Jonathan,

    I'll look into customizing Themes, is there a way to allow a second user to access this custom theme?

    Rico
     
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    Certainly, yes. If you create yourself a new theme by duplicating the xmail theme and modifying it, then you can simply modify any user account in WHM and allocate that theme to them.
     
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    Any user?

    So is it possible to have two users control one domain account ie one who has full access to that domain / and another who only has xmail control?

    Sorry - I can't see how to add such an extra user to a domain in whm - any pointers?
     
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    No, you cannot do that. You can only associate one theme to any account and you can only have one cPanel account for a specific domain.
     
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    Thanks chirpy

    Does anyone know of a way of allowing different levels of admin different controls in cpanel eg master for a domain, and then lesser eg email only for other admin users? T'would be a great feature.
     
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