Question about quotas for resellers

uwhost

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If an account belongs to a reseller, does it count towards their quota limits? For example, If I have an account of 150MB (1) and an account of 200MB (2) can I move account 2 into account 1?
And also: if I'd move account 1 into account 2, would he still have 200MB or only 50MB left?

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NNNils

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Try the "Change ownership of an account" option

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uwhost

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But what I mean is: do the accounts resellers make count towards theri own quota or do I have to make seperate limits for that?

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eddie

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If you change the ownership of the reseller to its own then it will count towards the reseller account.

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uwhost

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K, thanks... But how can I see the recources used by one reseller and all his clients? I know how to see which account belongs to which reseller and the limits they have set for them and I know how to view the recources used for each account individually but I won't have to use my calculator and add all recources for a reseller & his clients, right?

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uwhost

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Also: do I have to set limits to how much recources they can use in the 'reseller' menu or will it count towards the quota of their own account (the one you see for their domain in the account list)?
 

uwhost

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Also bandwidth, is that counted towards the limit of the reseller or just the account they made?

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