Email Package as a Separate Package From Hosting

benneth

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Currently, I create hosting packages for clients in WHM on a VPS. By default, I assign 0 email accounts. Users do not have cpanel access, and I want to keep it that way.

I'm using WHMCS as well (for context sake).

Questions
  • In terms of packages, does it make sense to create a separate email package on WHM?
  • What happens if the client requires two emails -- assign two packages, or change package quantity?
My goal is to architect the WHM packages efficiently -- and without requiring users to have cpanel access.
 

cPanelLauren

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You can only assign one package per account, what might work the best is if you have some users that need specific things you either create a package that is tailored to their needs (a group of them or just one) or modify the package limits for each one, but keep them on the package they're on.

My goal is to architect the WHM packages efficiently -- and without requiring users to have cpanel access.
I'm not sure I fully understand this goal as the users will still need to create their email accounts once you alott them in the package, as well as their domains and they can't really do this without cPanel access.