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  1. #1

    transfering hosting accounts.. EMERGENCY PLEASE HELP!

    ok, im begging for any of your help. this is a MAJOR emergency

    I have a pathetic reseller account, major downtime with a 50% serverload and apache failed. Now, out of 130 domains, I have 21 standing. The rest were deleted somehow!!!

    Also, Ill have my dedicated server with Nocster in a day. How do I transfer them over? I dont have root, the sellers of my hosting have no support, and im basically screwed. How do I get all the customers transfered over?

    Please, help me. You know what, PM ME below..

    aim: targetlocked2000
    yahoo: mah10538
    msn: [email protected]

  2. #2
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    Get your new host to transfer it?

  3. #3
    the new host?? thats www.nocster.com

    the current one doesnt do support at all. they suck

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    If you have root with your dedicated server at Nocster, and also have WHM/cPanel installed, you can log into WHM and do account transfers one by one (you'd have to know the passwords for the individual accounts, though - although you can log into your old WHM and reset them if needed). This would probably be your best bet.
    Good luck!


    <edit> The account transfer feature would be found under "Transfers" and then "Copy an account from another server with account password </edit>
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  5. #5
    thanks,
    im put to rest... temporarily atleast

  6. #6
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    You should have this in dedicated server forum / technical forum.

    Confused me

    Change all account password and transfer them account by account. That is how we do, not sure if there is any easier way to do it.

  7. #7
    err... for 100 accounts thats gonna take forever.

  8. #8
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    Then get your host to do it for you

    Pay them...

  9. #9
    Never use WHM feature to transfer so many accounts... things will come out screwed i can assure you and solving them would take more time than doing it manually at first
    Shawn Ho
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    Just log into root at Nocster in WHM, and transfer all accounts from reseller account. No intervention from old host is required at all, and WHM Transfer is fairly reliable.

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    mail list seems to get screwed up if you have accts with these I would do the manually

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