Hi, I'm maintaining a Linux VPS server with "Plesk 7.5 Reloaded" installed on it. All is fine, except all of the clients I have registered each get a daily e-mail: "Report on client xxxxx" where xxxxx is the name of the client. This e-mail contains: - A "General" section which contains fields like "Version", "Client status", "Company name", "Personal name", etc. - A "Domains" section which contains fields like "Active domains", "Domains", "Subdomains", "Disk space used by Domains", etc. - One final section which lists each domain associated with that client and contains fields with info for that domain. While it is an informative e-mail, I have received complaints about it. Is there a way for a client to turn this e-mail off without disrupting any other e-mails Plesk may send out? Also regarding this e-mail, the subject (and other sections of the mail) is: "<aaaaa.bbbb.cccc.secureserver.net> Report on client xxxxx". I'm hosted with GoDaddy. As I understand it, secureserver.net is GoDaddy's servers. I would much prefer if it didn't show this information anywhere. If that's not possible, perhaps have it customisable so it shows my domain instead? Is that sort of thing possible? I would appreciate any and all help anyone can provide. Thanks!