a User Account
Through Your Control Panel
How would I add a user account?
these step by step instructions.
to your Control Panel
on Add User
in the Form that shows up. Information for each
field is below the screenshot.
Your Name. This will show up in the Site User
List. You can put Capital and Lowercase Letters,
Spaces, Underscores (_), hyphens (-), and Numbers
is your username. It will start as the first letter
of your first name followed by your last name.
You can include numbers, lowercase letters, periods
(.), hyphens (-), and underscores (_). It must
be 12 characters or less
password needs to be at least 3 characters long.
A good password is one that does not come from
a dictionary, is at least 8 characters long and
has at least one non-alphabetic character.
Allowed Disk Space
is the quota for that username. It is measured
in megabytes. This includes all web pages, emails,
and other files for that user.
will allow that username to login through SSH.
You should only allow people you trust SSH access
as they could destroy your website with a few
keystrokes. SSH is needed to run command line
programs. Some CGI scripts require command line
programs to be run such as creating an index
for a search engine. You can also copy files
to other folders, rename files, and do a lot
more through SSH.
will allow that user to login to http://<mydomain.com>/siteadmin/.
Only allow people you trust to become site administrators.
They can remove user accounts as well as add and
remove files for the root website of www.mydomain.com.
FrontPage User Web
enabled, this will allow that user to connect
and modify their personal site. To modify www.mydomain.com
itself, you need to use the username webmaster
and the original password from your e-mail.
enabled, this will allow that user to use Secure
POP3. Please note that only a few e-mail client
support it currently.
are e-mail aliases for that user. They will
login with their username instead of their aliaes.
This is useful if you want multiple e-mail addresses
to go to one e-mail inbox. Put each alias on
a line by itself as depicted in the screen shot.
Aliases: sales, info, orders, john.smith
All e-mail going to sales@<mydomain.com>
will go to jsmith's inbox.
enable catchall, all you need to put is "@www.<mydomain.com>"
on a line by itself as depicted in the screenshot