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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jmaldrich, Nov 12, 2008.

  1. jmaldrich

    jmaldrich Registered

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    First off, I want to make clear that this is NOT a complaint or request for assistance. It's a suggestion for improvement.

    I am not the owner of a device using CPanel, however, our ISP, which is hosting our corporate email, does have a CPANEL-controlled server and they allow me access to CPANEL to control our email.

    I'm going through and deleting forwarders today and I have a number of forwarders that I need to delete. It would be very nice if we could have a "checkbox" beside each forwarder, etc. to allow bulk removal of forwarders, email addresses, etc.

    This is NOT a complaint, just a request/suggestion for enhancement.
     
    #1 jmaldrich, Nov 12, 2008
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    Not quite what I had in mind

    That's nice, but not exactly what I had in mind. :) I still would like to have an option of putting a check in a box next to multiple emails or forwarders and delete them all at once, without having to go through multiple cycles of "Are you sure?" and then going back and deleting another. That's my only complaint at this point (more of a mild annoyance when you're trying to do quarterly maintenance on forwarders/emails/etc.) :cool:
     
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    As someone running 3 cPanel servers for a small hosting setup, I absolutely second this suggestion and I guess others will too. I had a client who had 20 forwarders and it was a pain deleting them one by one.

    Pair Networks had this way back in 2001. :(
     
    #4 meeven, Nov 16, 2008
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