Subaccounts can be managed by using the User Manager interface. The same login and password information are used by the sub accounts for the email, as well as FTP and Web Disk services. Email, FTP. And Web Disk accounts can also be merged into a single Sub account or link by using this interface.
The User Manager interface allows the user to merge those email, FTP or Web Disk accounts into a Sub account having the same username.
The following steps must be performed in order to add a Sub account:-
The Sub account’s email address is enabled by the Email.
|Quota||How much hard drive space can be used by the Sub account to store email is defined by the option Quota.|
● The quota value should never be more than 4096 TB
The website’s files can be managed by FTP.
|Quota||How much hard drive space can be used by the Subaccount in their specified Home Directory can be defined by the option Quota.|
This is a key function of Quota
|Home Directory||The Sub account’s FTP home directory and Web Desk can be specified by the Home Directory Text Box.|
It is an integral function of Web Desk
|The Sub account’s home directory permissions can be specified by the option Permissions.|
● Read-Write — The Sub account can have access to read and write files inside the directory by using this setting.
● Read-Only — The Sub account can have access to read files inside the directory by using this setting.
The following Subaccount properties adjusted within this section and the option Edit must be clicked in order to edit a Sub account.
User Manager is an integral part of cPanel through which sub accounts are managed and this article shows the ways to link accounts and how to add and edit sub accounts. They can also be deleted by clicking the Delete option.