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Separate Email and Website cPanels

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by stevekruse, Jul 30, 2007.

  1. stevekruse

    stevekruse Registered

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    Is it possible to move E-Mail into its own Cpanel Account. I'd like to give someone access to admin just email accounts but not allow them into the rest of the Cpanel settings. Any help would be appreciated.
     
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    What SPECIFIC items did you want to give them ability to do? Is there a website already or are you trying to set up something for JUST e-mail and no website at that same address? If that was the case you could just change the permissions or ownership on the "public_html" directory so that nothing would actually show up for a website. Let us know a little bit more what you were looking for and we will proceed from there.
     
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    A cPanel for email and a different cPanel for everything else

    I'd like to have a cPanel for eMail and another cPanel for everything else. Currently everything exists inside a single cPanel. The current cPanel has a lot of individual websites. I've ran into a situation where I'd like to take the eMail for one of the domains and give it it's on cPanel but keep the website, ftp, etc under the current "group" cPanel.
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    That functionality is not built into our product at this time.
     
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