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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Phases, Dec 14, 2002.

  1. Phases

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    Okay... I found cPanel from the RackShack forums... I have some questions.

    I have two domains with email addresses support@domain1.com and support@domain2.com

    does cPanel support this? or will one of them have to change?

    That's my first question.
     
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    Next.

    If I want to convert from Ensim, I heard there is a script. Does it migrate my users/domains or do I have to do that myself?

    That's two.

    Thanks!
     
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    Hello,

    From what I understand cPanel would prefer to run the Ensim upgrade themselves incase an error would arise. For your emails, you can control all those via the client control panels.

    Good luck,
    cPanel is a great product.



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    [quote:c1102e61bb][i:c1102e61bb]Originally posted by Phases[/i:c1102e61bb]I have two domains with email addresses support@domain1.com and support@domain2.com

    does cPanel support this? or will one of them have to change?[/quote:c1102e61bb]You have two options:

    1. create seperate accounts (not packages) for each
    2. use one as the main account then use the &Addon Domain& feature within it's Cpanel

    To my knowledge, there is no documentation for the &Addon& feature and you will need to use trial & error to figure it out. Works like a like a Sub-domain though, with it's own URL.
     
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