The following article will provide information on how to modify a cPanel account.
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- Log into WHM.
- In the left-hand menu, look for Account Functions, then click Modify an Account.
- There will be multiple options to modify for your cPanel account(s)
- Primary Domain: The name of your domain.
- Username: The username used to log into the cPanel account.
- Account Owner: Primary owner/controller of the cPanel account.
- Contact Email: The email associated to the cPanel account.
- Default Locale: Language for the cPanel account.
- cPanel Theme: The theme/appearance of the cPanel account.
- Enable Apache SpamAssasin: An application used to detect spam.
- Package: If you already have pre-made packages for resource limits.
- Disk Quota: Limit on disk usage.
- Monthly Bandwidth limit: Limit on the monthly bandwidth usage.
- Email Accounts: Limit the number of email accounts.
- Max Quota per Email Address: Limit on each email user's mailbox size.
- FTP Accounts: Limit on the number of FTP accounts.
- Mailing Lists: Limit on the number of mailing lists.
- SQL Databases: Limit on the number of databases.
- Parked Domains: Limit on the number of parked domains.
- Addon Domain: Limit on the number of addon domains.
- Passenger Applications: Limit on the number of passenger applications.
- Maximum Hourly Email by Domain Relayed: Limiting the number of emails that can be sent out per hour
- Maximum percentage of failed or deferred...: Limit on the number of times a user can send out a message unsuccessfully per hour.
- Reseller Privileges: Giving the cPanel account reseller access.
- CGI Privilege: Allowing the installation of CGI scripts.
- Shell Access: Giving the cPanel user SSH/command-line access
- Enable DKIM on this account: Enabling DKIM (mail authentication)
- Enable SPF on this account: Enabling SPF (mail authentication)
- When you are finished, select Save.