Hi, I have a problem getting listaccts to work. I have searched for a solution for days, but can't find the answer anywhere, so I really hope somebody can help me out. My situation: I work for a company that has several servers, all with WHM/cPanel installed. On one server (let's call it "A") I have a database containing account information (URL's, user names, passwords, content, etc. etc). Using this database I need to automatically check existing accounts, and create new accounts on the remaining servers (let's call them "B", "C", and "D") I was planning to write a PHP script with calls to "listaccts" and "createacct" to accomplish this. I have a simple test script to see if listaccts works. This is what it looks like: require '/usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel/Accounting.php.inc'; $host = "12.345.678.90"; // IP address of server "C". $user = "root"; $accesshash='7f69fd54135c(.......)69fde1'; // Hash key of server "C". $accts = listaccts($host,$user,$accesshash,0); print_r($accts); The problem: The script works fine on server "B" (ie: "B" can access "C"). But when I try the same script from server "A" my browser "loads" for aprox. 90 seconds and then returns a blank page (no errors, just an empty page). I've also tried to connect the other servers from "A", but none work except "localhost" (ie: "A" can access "A", but not "B", "C" and "D"). I've read I need cURL installed for this to work. I checked and I do have cURL installed on all servers. My question: 1) Is there any other requirements I've missed? 2) the software on server "A" is quite outdated, because my boss is paranoid about updating (it's also running our ad-server, and if it goes down even for one day it will cost his company thousands of dollars) curl_version() returned "libcurl/7.15.3 OpenSSL/0.9.7a zlib/188.8.131.52 libidn/0.5.6" And cPanel says I'm using PHP version "4.4.7" and cPanel build "11.18.2-RELEASE 21613" Could this be the cause of my problem? - what are the exact requirements (version numbers) for listaccts? 3) If this fails, does does anyone know a different way of achieving the same? Preferable in PHP, because that's what I know and love. Thanks in advance, Gilles.