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Simple control panel for employees?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by doctormelodious, Feb 6, 2012.

  1. doctormelodious

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    We are about to migrate to a virtual private server using cPanel -- from a shared server that uses the Ensim control panel. Ensim provides an Admin control panel and a User control panel. The latter is a limited interface that only allows users (i.e. our employees) to do a few things, like changing their e-mail Full Name and Password, setting up mail forwarding and autoresponders, etc.

    I don't see anything analogous to this in the demos here on the cPanel site. We don't need for the secretary to be able to create new e-mail accounts and change disk quotas and all of the other things accessible in what appears to be the most restricted verson of cPanel. We just want her to be able to change her password, etc. How do we (or can we) accomplish this with cPanel?

    Thanks!
    DM
     
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    cPanelTristan Quality Assurance Analyst
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    Hello DM,

    If you want only webmail access to an existing email account to change password, setup mail forwarding and auto responders, then this would be the webmail interface.

    We provide individual email logins to a webmail interface at http://domain.com:2095 and https://domain.com:2096 locations. This is reachable in cPanel itself in cPanel > Email Accounts area via the More > Access Webmail dropdown option. This is not shown in the demo online, since the cPanel > Email Accounts area does not allow email account creation.

    If you have further questions, please let us know.

    Thanks!
     
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