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Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by atokatli, Apr 29, 2006.

  1. atokatli

    atokatli Member

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    dear sir or madam
    we are so new in cpanel
    and we need the lackness of notifications of customers
    likewise described below:
    when we create a new hosting account, we need to sending notifications to the clients
    which includes basic knowledge passwords and login site
    is there a way to make this
    thanks for your help
     
  2. chirpy

    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    You can do that by scripting your own /scripts/postwwwacct file. Search the forum for more information about that.
     
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    atokatli Member

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    thanks
    but there is no directory scripts
    and there is no file likewise /scripts/postwwwacct
    could I install pro version
     
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    The /scripts directory is in the root of the server. Only the server owner or someone with root access can add postwwwacct scripts. There are no postwwwacct scripts there until one is created or placed there.

    When an account is created, it uses the script /scripts/wwwacct which then checks for the existence of a postwwwacct script. If one exists, it sends variables to it to do whatever it's written to do.
     
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