> I have multiple domains in the same IP. > I tested Plesk with the same username in 3 different domains. > I think the way it works is by comparing username and password and > associate it with a domain... Not an elegant solution. > No, definitley not.
> When I try to change the password to one that exists on the same > username for another domain it give me an error. > Ugh... that's really messed up. I'd tell you it's a good reason not to use Plesk, but you're already moving away from it :) > If it is like this I think I'm going to inform my users to add domain > to every login. > This really isn't as big a deal as you'd think - most ISPs require this kind of login, and for most email clients it's a one-time change. It's not like they have to change passwords or email addresses to something random. Just give them fair warning (and be prepared for a few phone calls anyway :)). Josh Joshua Megerman SJGames MIB #5273 - OGRE AI Testing Division You can't win; You can't break even; You can't even quit the game. - Layman's translation of the Laws of Thermodynamics [EMAIL PROTECTED]