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User Authorization Problem

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by poyrazozer, Apr 17, 2013.

  1. poyrazozer

    poyrazozer Member

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    Firstly hi everybody,

    I have a WHM 11.36.1 (build 5) CENTOS 5.9. I have many customers which I provide e-mail services, hosting services etc. Some of my customers want to add, delete or edit just e-mail accounts. So I want to give some authorities to them. There will be one person for one company which is my customer one. That one person can just interfere to the his company's e-mail accounts. He can modify all the accounts in his company. How can I give an authority for just do that? :confused:

    Thanx for ur answers.
     
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    Yeah that's right. But when I logged in panel of my customer, it's the same as my user control panel. I need that, I create a special customer user and when he logged in the system, he'll just see mail control panel. Because your words mean that my customer will see all the tabs such as files, logs, security, domains, databases, software/services, advanced etc. My customer just have to add, remove or edit the e-mail accounts. :confused:
     
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    Ah ok. You need to change the theme for his account so he will be able to manage just emails. Login to WHM >> Modify Account >> Select Account >>Click Modify>> Set the theme to x3mail >> Save it.

    Login to client control panel again and see the results.

    Cheers!!!

    - - - Updated - - -

    Please note that you need to change the theme of customer after logging to WHM at the following url.

    http://serverip/whm or https://serverip:2087
     
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    Yeah. It works. Thanks dude.
     
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    Great! No problem. Glad I could help.

    Cheers!!!
     
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