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    Hosting FTP Accounts Automated like WHMCS does with Shared?

    Is there a WHMCS module to create an FTP account on purchase, I mean, just an FTP account when someone orders an FTP-only package?
    DriveHQ.com can do it and I want to sell FTP file storage as well but cheaper and more efficient.


    Please help? Thanks!
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    If you use cPanel/WHM, you create a package with only FTP options. Then you have WHMCS provision it as a product (called FTP Hosting).
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    Thanks but the end-user can still then upload files via file mananager and upload a website?
    On FTP, you should only be able to store files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelvin Zhang View Post
    Thanks but the end-user can still then upload files via file mananager and upload a website?
    On FTP, you should only be able to store files.
    That is functionality of the server, not WHMCS.
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    Thanks but I am still confused as to how to get an FTP only option under WHM and cPanel(CentOS 5.5)?

    Is there a similar script to WHMCS that offers an automatic FTP account creation under the webmaster's cPanel and emails the client the FTP details?
    If DriveHQ can do it with their software, then probably it is possible?

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