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Giving Users Mail Level Control Panel Access

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Robin McDermott, Feb 10, 2006.

  1. Robin McDermott

    Robin McDermott Guest


    I know I need to check the box in the individual users mail preferences to allow control panel access, but what do they need to do to access it? I want them to be able to train SPAM Assasin and they need control panel access to their e-mail account in order to do that.

  2. jcoulter

    jcoulter Guest

    As far as I am aware (and if I'm wrong please correct me) email users use the same Plesk login screen as you do as administrator. I set up a subdomain for one of my clients called "my" and used a html redirect to get them to the login screen. So all they type is http://my.domain.com and they're redirected to the login.

    Again, I'm new at this and there could (should) be a different way for them to log in. That's how I'm doing it and it works well doing just what you want mention.