Modifying Quota on stuff like subdomains, mail lists

ckleavitt

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I am rather new to WHM, so ho do you add additional e-mail lists, or subdomains to an account that is already created. I know how to add more bandwith or space, but cant find how to modify the quota on these other features.

Also, I am reselling, and I need to know if there is an Auto Account Setup script that can be used by a reseller using WHM, and that doesnt require root access.

Thanks in advance for your help!;)
 
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bdraco

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[quote:782ffbe58c][i:782ffbe58c]Originally posted by ckleavitt[/i:782ffbe58c]

I am rather new to WHM, so ho do you add additional e-mail lists, or subdomains to an account that is already created. I know how to add more bandwith or space, but cant find how to modify the quota on these other features.

Also, I am reselling, and I need to know if there is an Auto Account Setup script that can be used by a reseller using WHM, and that doesnt require root access.

Thanks in advance for your help!;) [/quote:782ffbe58c]

You could use the Cpanel::Accounting Interface to auto create accounts
 

feanor

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&Modify Account& is in the left pane of your webhost manager....

or, to be most efficient, user profiles are in /var/cpanel/users/ ; as root edit the profile of the account in question to tweak these particular items.
 

ckleavitt

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ok, I am only have domain, theme, language, and user name under my modify accounts section in WHM. Now, I am a reseller, so I guess that means I just dont have access to change anything else, or are those the only things that can be modify.

If it is true that I am just blcoked, is it possible for the admin to give me access to modify specific feature quotas, such as subdomain, mailing lists, etc?
 
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bdraco

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[quote:66bc6bb916][i:66bc6bb916]Originally posted by ckleavitt[/i:66bc6bb916]

ok, I am only have domain, theme, language, and user name under my modify accounts section in WHM. Now, I am a reseller, so I guess that means I just dont have access to change anything else, or are those the only things that can be modify.

If it is true that I am just blcoked, is it possible for the admin to give me access to modify specific feature quotas, such as subdomain, mailing lists, etc?[/quote:66bc6bb916]

From what you are saying it appears as they did not grant you permission to access the modify account feature..