Looking for a control panel that meets my reqs... Please advice.
Is there a panel that meets my requirements? They are not very complex but I can't find them combined in one package, so asking for help. I'll list my meanings here:
1. It should be stable. Stability is main req.
2. It should support multi-OS multiserver hosting, now I have Windows & Linux servers.
3. It should allow to manage email, database, web services by client and by resellers.
4. I'd prefer Cyrus IMAPD but will accept other good servers.
5. Email management sould support domain / mailbox quotes. Enabling / disabling IMAP access by domain, antispam / antivirus by domain
6. It should allow custom modifcations of servers configuration
7. Better if it will be posible to write some my own code (plugins, addons, etc...)
8. I have no very specific requirements for another features, so it just should manage apache, bind (primary & secondary), mysql, ms sql, iis and other traditional list of features.
There are quite a few panels you can check out. Look at Plesk as Larry mentioned. You can also check out Hsphere. It supports both Linux and Windows. I'd actually recommend it over Plesk. I've never used it in production setting, but it's demo version I played with as well as a single server license were very nice indeed.
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I saw already both suggested platforms. Plesk seems to be very expensive in my case: Linux license + Windows license + central management (multiserver license) costs amazing money.
The question about Hsphere: I can't try the email management on their demo pge, it just does not works. When I'm using Cyrus IMAPD manualy it allows me to use email address as a username, it is very comfortable, how does email username looks with Hsphere? Does Hsphere supports IMAP at all?