The Account Functions tab found on your cPanel version 58 homepage is an interface allowing you to perform many different functions that has a lot to do with account creation, improvement, and management.
The following are just some of the most important basics you should learn to use.
For Managing Accounts
These options allow you to manage accounts:
Create a New Account
Use this to create new accounts under your own cPanel account.
Modify an Account
When you want to make some changes to the settings of an account, use this feature.
Rearrange an Account
This basically enables you to choose which hard drive you want to save an account in.
Manage Account Suspension
Through this option, you can either suspend or unsuspend accounts.
Terminate an Account
When you want permanently get rid of an account stored on your server, use this interface.
Upgrade/Downgrade an Account
This feature allows you to either upgrade or downgrade the package of an account.
When you want to modify or set limits or requirements, use the following features:
Limit Bandwidth Usage
You can modify the amount of allotted bandwidth for a particular account through this interface.
Whenever you need or want to change the passwords of existing cPanel or reseller accounts, head to this interface and you can perform the modification.
Change Site’s IP Address
Use this to change the IP address of one of the accounts under your cPanel account.
Force Password Change
For enhanced security purposes, use this interface so that your users will have to modify their passwords or create a new one.
The Quota refers to the maximum disk space amount an account can use on a particular server. When you want to change this, use the Quota Modification feature.
Unsuspend Bandwidth Exceeders
To disable the suspension of users who exceeded their allotted bandwidth usage, use this feature.
Other Management and Configuration Settings
Email All Users
With the Email All Users interface, you can send a single email to everyone on your cPanel directory all at once.
Manage Shell Access
Use the Manage Shell Access feature to configure the accounts that can gain remote access (through SSHD) to your server.
Raw Apache Log Download
When you want to acquire raw Apache web server activity logs, use the Raw Apache Log Download interface. Displayed in plain text, it contains a list comprised of all the remote systems that made connections to a certain domain.
Raw FTP Log Download
To gain information about your FTP server’s activities, use the Raw FTP Log Download interface so you can get a raw access with these details you need.
Quickly and conveniently make copies of same files into the public_ftp and public_html directories of all new accounts.
There are several other nifty features under the cPanel Version 58 Account Functions interface, so make sure you take the time to explore this tab. This will help you get the most out of your cPanel accounts as well as ensure that everyone’s accounts remain secure and safe.