For cPanel & WHM 11.48
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This feature allows you to assign a package to a new account. A package defines the limitations of the account. For example, a package determines how much disk space the new account can use or how much data the new account can transfer.
You must choose a package option before you attempt to save the new account.
Assign an existing package
You can use the Choose a Package menu to assign an existing package. If you are unsure of the limitations that will be assigned by a package, you can hold your cursor over thebutton to view the package’s configuration.
Select package options manually
If you wish to edit package options manually, select the Select Options Manually box.
When you select this box:
- The Save manual settings as a Package. box will appear.
- The Manual Resource Options section will appear. This section provides settings that define the limitations of an account.
- Additional options will appear in the Settings section.
- If a package that uses package extensions is selected in the Choose a Package menu, a Package Extensions section will appear.
If you wish to save your manually selected options as a new package:
- Click the Save manual settings as a Package. box. The Package Name text box and Feature List menu will appear.
Enter a name for the new package in the Package Name text box.
You must enter a package name in this text box if the Save manual settings as a Package. box is selected.
Select a feature list from the Feature List menu.
Feature lists define which cPanel features will be available to cPanel users. To edit or create a feature list, use the WHM Feature Manager.
Manual Resource Options
You can select the following resource options in the Manual Resource Options section:
|Disk Space Quota (MB)||Defines the amount of space on the server’s hard drive for the new account. This option is defined in Megabytes (MB). Make sure to consider what kind of content your users intend to host, as this will greatly affect how much disk space they will need.|
|Bandwidth Limit (MB)||Defines the amount of data that the new account will be allowed to transfer each month. This option is defined in Megabytes (MB). Make sure to consider what kind of content your users intend to host, as this will greatly affect how much bandwidth they will need.|
|Max FTP Accounts||Defines the maximum number of FTP accounts for the new account.|
|Max Email Accounts||Defines the maximum number of email accounts for the new account.|
|Max Mailing Lists||Defines the maximum number of mailing lists for the new account. Mailing lists are handled by the Mailman application. More information about Mailman is available in the Mailman documentation.|
|Max SQL Databases||Defines the maximum number of both MySQL® and PostgreSQL databases the new account may have.|
|Max Sub Domains||Defines the maximum number of subdomains for the new account.|
|Max Parked Domains||Defines the maximum number of parked domains for the new account.|
|Max Addon Domains||Defines the maximum number of addon domains for the account.|
|Maximum Hourly Email by Domain Relayed|
Defines the maximum number of emails any domain can send per hour. This value defaults to Unlimited.
A value of
|Maximum percentage of failed or deferred messages a domain may send per hour||Defines the maximum percentage of failed or deferred messages that a domain can send before your server temporarily blocks outgoing mail from that domain. The system examines outgoing and local mail over the previous hour to determine whether the domain exceeds the limit. When a domain exceeds the limit, it cannot send mail until the domain no longer exceeds the limit. The default value is unlimited.|
Next, continue to the Settings section.