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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by crazynumber5, Jun 20, 2003.

  1. crazynumber5

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    I have an Idea for any future WHM versions. Here is my idea:


    There will be a page on the WHM menu that is called "Contact a User".

    On this page you will be able to select any, multiple, or all of your users that are currently hosted by you all at once. The e-mail will not show any other user's address. The address that it is sent to will be the contact info address that the user supplies through cpanel, if no contact info address, it will send it directly to the user's main mail account (username @ domain .com).

    I think this would be a great idea for a future version of WHM! I think many people would agree it may be quite easier to get in touch with the users without going to the trouble of setting them all up on a mailing list, or e-mailing them all individually. I believe it would be a great addition!


    So what do you all think? Has this idea popped up before? I don't know if it has, but I just got it in my head a moment ago and I believed I just had to share it.

    Reply below to tell me what you think..

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    Ummm, Are you refering to the "Email all Users" link already in WHM under Account Functions?

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    Which version of WHM? I am on WHM 6.4.2

    Is the thing you're talking about doing all that I told you though in the post above?

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    It's in that version ,

    It will attempt to Guess Emails for customer who haven't entered an address in the contact area.

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    Whoa, why isn't my version showing it then? :(

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    What skin is yours in?

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    Xskin, Xskin2, Blue. Assuming you are root, it's under Account Functions about 8 or so down the list.

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    I'm a reseller currently about to be set to a new server where I will have options of enabling much stuff so I guess I'll have to wait to enjoy it all..

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