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Selling e-mail accounts with subdomain feature


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Hello, we plan to use subdomain feature for selling email accounts  with the exention of @e-mail.com.tr via auto release.  According to the subdomain stracture its bot possible to look up like  name.surname@e-mail.com.tr

I mean system does not accept dot between name and surname. However we need this feature.

Please note that, opening new e-mail account will be done manually.

There is an example;



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That link you shared is for creating a Subdomain, not an email address. So it would not accept characters like “@“ or “.” In this case the subdomain is the fourth-level domain, which will follow the same naming requirements of a third-level domain (in this case third-level domain is “e-mail”). So it can’t begin or end with a “-“ and “-“ is the only acceptable non-numeric or non-alphabetical character allowed.

Hope this helps!

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I don’t think auto release as a standalone server module will be capable of creating a user with email privileges on any server. But what it can do is help to establish  a service for a user in WHMCS and provide optional recurring billing for this service.

For the rest, you would probably need an email server.

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