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  1. bring back "modify multiple mailbox settings"

    as per:
    http://forum.parallels.com/showthread.php?290993-missing-feature-change-multiple-email-settings

    In 9.5.4 it was possible to select multiple mailboxes and change their settings simultaneusly.
    This is now suposed to be done through subscription plans, but there are certain settings not contemplated.

    For example, in a 300+ mailboxes domain I want to change each mailbox antispam setting to "move spam to spam folder" and this is not possible though the panel and I need to make a script to do it through shell.

    I would like this feature to come back, like it was in 9.5.4

    21 votes
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  2. Configurable Admin Permissions

    Since we are now able to create more than 1 Administrator within Plesk - it would be a good addition if one would be able to give those Admins particular Rights within Plesk.
    I don't want my "Everyday-Admin" to be able to stop Services within Plesk or even Shut-Down the whole Server within the Panel ...

    I want them to do their work with Customers/Domains/Hostings ... but access to the "real Admin Areas" should be restricted ...

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