Email: Subdirectory/Mailbox Creation

cPanelMichael

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Hello Michael,

The following UAPI function is available for creating email accounts:

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

The default directories associated with email accounts are created automatically once the email account is setup. As far as custom mail folders, there's no corresponding API function for that because custom email folders are created in the email or webmail client.

Thank you.
 

shashaa

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Hello Michael,

The following UAPI function is available for creating email accounts:

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

The default directories associated with email accounts are created automatically once the email account is setup. As far as custom mail folders, there's no corresponding API function for that because custom email folders are created in the email or webmail client.

Thank you.
Hi CpanelMichael,

This is close to my question.

I Use Cpanel UAPI to control Cpanel, so far I have been able to

List domains, Show domain data, Add subdomain, List email account, create email account, delete email account, list database, create database and delete database.

Now I have an ISSUE, which is I am trying to create bulk email address ids for a domain automatically.

I use this in PHP

$parameters = [
'email' => newemail, //username
'password' => loremipsumodid, //password
'domain' => example.com, //domain
'quota' => 0,
];

$result = $cPanel->execute('uapi', "Email", "add_pop", $parameters);

if (!$result->status == 1) {
echo "Error";
} else {
echo "Email added";
}

to create a single email address, but what i want is to be able to create a lot of email id.

I do not see anything on this Email Accounts of Cpanel UAPI documentation

I have called all my emails from database into an array, which I use array map to read, but I can't seem to be able to add multiple email addresses at once to Cpanel.

I want to be able to add [email protected], [email protected]. [email protected]. [email protected].

I get:

Notice
: Undefined variable: cPanel in C:\xampp\htdocs\auth\ajax.php on line 525

Fatal error
: Uncaught Error: Call to a member function execute() on null in C:\xampp\htdocs\auth\ajax.php:525 Stack trace: #0 C:\xampp\htdocs\auth\ajax.php(658): (Array) #1 [internal function]: {closure}('[email protected]...', 'd%sxy$d3}2*uo32...', 'encrypted') #2 C:\xampp\htdocs\auth\ajax.php(673): array_map(Object(Closure), Array, Array, Array) #3 {main} thrown in C:\xampp\htdocs\auth\ajax.php on line 525

When I do this

$marray_three = ALL EMAIL USERNAMES TO ADD

$marray_two = ALL CORRESPONDING PASSWORDS

$marray_four = DOMAIN TO USE eg example.com

array_map(function ($marray_three, $marray_two,$marray_four) {

$marray_three;
$marray_two;
$marray_four;

$email_quota = "0";
$parameters = [
'email' => $marray_three , //username
'password' => $marray_two, //password
'domain' => $marray_four, //domain
'quota' => $email_quota,
];


$result = $cPanel->execute('uapi', "Email", "add_pop", $parameters);


}, $marray_three, $marray_two,$marray_four);

to try to add an array list of email addresses from database but I keep getting the error above.

What am I doing wrong.
 
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