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  1. #1
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    Question new account welcome email template

    does anyone have one their willing to share, or know where one could be found?

    i tried searching but couldnt come up with anything.

    thx!
    Kimrari

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    This should get you started:

    http://webhostingtalk.com/showthread...threadid=76480

    Gary

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    I would hope all webhosts could be original in this. I mean, it is about YOUR company!
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    What more do you need to say other than how to setup mail, ftp, cpanel and new dns servers?
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    I agree with whatever, it is your company, not someone elses and you should be able to make your own unique welcome e-mail.

    It is true that a welcome e-mail must contain this, this and that, however it should be you wording it and so on. On to that, all programs that you use for billing and so on always give welcome e-mail templates.
    You can either do it yourself, or get your solicitor to do it. True, it probably isn't something he normally does - but trust me, if you pay him, he'll do it no questions asked and do it the best he can.

    Otherwise, use your brain to do it how you think it should be done. Think of what to include, word it professional, and so on.
    Don't include too much information, don't include too little.
    Remember, nothing more than what is needed but nothing less - the key to balance.
    Another thing in the welcome e-mail, maybe just give them their username and password but make an on-line tutorial for logging into cPanel, FTP, etc. so you don't have to include the same old thing in every welcome e-mail and so you can keep it short.
    However, remember to link to that on-line introductory tutorial!

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    thank you everyone for the advice.

    i wanted the template to get an idea of all that needed to be included. thus far, i can think of:

    user name:
    password:
    domain:
    nameservers:
    cpanel url:
    webmail url:
    Kimrari

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    I came across this thread sometime ago:

    http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showth...threadid=70592

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    thank you so very much!

    its just what i needed.
    Kimrari

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