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For cPanel & WHM version 11.50

(Home >> Account Functions >> Create a New Account)

 

Overview

The Manual Resource Options section appears when you select the Select package options manually checkbox in the Package section.

Note:

Before you set quotas, consider the type of content that your users intend to host. 

Manual Resource Options

You can select the following resource options in the Manual Resource Options section:

OptionDescription
Disk Space Quota (MB)

The amount of space on the server’s hard drive for the new account, in Megabytes (MB).

Bandwidth Limit (MB)

The maximum amount of data that the new account can transfer each month, in Megabytes (MB).

Max FTP AccountsThe maximum number of FTP accounts for the new account.
Max Email AccountsThe maximum number of email accounts for the new account.
Max Mailing Lists

The maximum number of mailing lists for the new account.

Note:

The Mailman application handles mailing lists. For more information, read the Mailman documentation.

Max SQL Databases

The maximum number of each available type of SQL database.

For example, if you set this value to 5 and allow MySQL® and PostgreSQL databases, the account can create up to 5 MySQL databases and up to 5 PostgreSQL databases.

Max Sub DomainsThe maximum number of subdomains that the new account may create.
Max Parked DomainsThe maximum number of parked domains that the new account may create.
Max Addon DomainsThe maximum number of addon domains that the new account may create.
Maximum Hourly Email by Domain Relayed

The maximum number of emails that a domain can send per hour. This option sets the same limit for every domain on the account.

  • This value defaults to Unlimited.
  • A value of 0 indicates Unlimited.

Note:

To set different limits for each domain, use the build_maxemails_config script from the command line. If you set different limits for each domain, the default displays the limit set for the account's primary domain.

For more information, read our How to Set Email Send Limits documentation.

Maximum percentage of failed or deferred messages a domain may send per hour

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.
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