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Using multi-account functions in WHM  Print this Article

This demo assumes you've already logged in to WebHost Manager (WHM).

Now let's learn how to use the multi-account functions.

1) Click the multi-account functions link.

There are 2 tools available in multi-account functions.

You can modify or upgrade multiple accounts at the same time..

Or you can terminate (or delete) multiple accounts at the same time.

In both cases, using these multi-account functions instead of performing the tasks one account at a time may save your a lot of time depending on how many accounts you need to change or delete.

2) Let's click the modify/upgrade multiple accounts link.

On the left, is a list of all accounts in this reseller plan.

On the right, are some selection tools that may make it easier selecting accounts when there are dozens or even hundreds to choose from.

3) Let's go ahead and select two accounts in this list.

4) Now let's select a new package for both of these accounts.

5) Then click the change button.

That's it! Both accounts have been changed to the RES-1 package.

6) Click the multi-account functions link.

7) Then click the terminate multiple accounts link.

From here you can terminate (or delete) several accounts at one time.

Be very careful with this as terminating accounts is a permanent action.

Also, be sure never to delete your main reseller account which is also listed here (mydomain.com)

In order to delete multiple accounts at once, you'll have to type this phrase into the text box before clicking the destroy selected accounts button.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to use the multi-account functions in WHM.

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