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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by valtea, Apr 10, 2005.

  1. valtea

    valtea Member

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    I have a Cpanel Reseller Account and from the WHM i made a subdomain account for my cleint (alexx.aizawlchat.com) and now he have brought his own domain and want the site to be www.alexxfender.com instead of the old alexx.aizawlchat.com .
    What i did is that i made a new account (with new username/password/domain) for alexxfender.com . Is there anyway to transfer his old account (files and database.. email too, if possible) to the new one. I tried copying the files through shell (logging in my reseller account) but i have no enough access to the files for the subdomain user and the new domain user in shell. What else can i do, other than downloading the entitr site in my hard disk through ftp and uploading it again?
    Thanking you
     
  2. liko28

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    it's possible rename domain
     
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    i cant find the rename domain thing. Kindly tell me where is it located. is it in the account functions?
     
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    in WHM (2086 or 2087 port) in block account functions --->select voice ---> Modify an Account ---> after select domain that you must to modify ---and modify domain name(old) and if you want too username
     
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    #4 liko28, Apr 11, 2005
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