This document explains a Subaccount user's experience when you request that they set their initial password.
New Subaccount invites
In the Add User section of cPanel's User Manager interface (Home >> Preferences >> User Manager), you can prompt the Subaccount user to set their initial password. When you select that option, the following details the user's experience:
To start the process, create a new Subaccount and select the The user will set the account password. option. To read more information about how to create a Subaccount, read our User Manager documentation.
The Subaccount user will receive a welcome email.
From: cPanel for example on example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [example.com] Welcome to your new account: email@example.com
Welcome to example.com!
Your new account username is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Before you can use your new account, you must set your password at the following URL: https://server.example.com:email@example.com&cookie=wWqqnW3aLzrSDdyX
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The user will click on the provided URL.
The cPanel interface will prompt the user to set a password.
- They will enter and confirm the new password in the appropriate text boxes and click Set Password.
- The system will confirm that the user set their password and list the Subaccount's active services.