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HOW TO:Creating Service Plan/Package in MachPanel

Mudesira Munir


This article provide a summary for Creating a new Service Plan/Package in MachPanel.

Applies To
This article applies to MachPanel build v4.9.21 and above

First of all, create server groups for a particular service (Shared Hosting services, Exchange services, Skype for business, CRM, VPS services, CSP etc.) so that it could be added in your service plan during creation.

Creation / Adding a Product or Service Plan:

Before selling services (Shared Hosting services, Exchange services, Lync, CRM, VPS services etc.) to customers, you have to create service plans for each service.

  • To create a new service plan, navigate to the path: Home >> Service Plans or select Product under respective module to create Product\Plans.
  • Select the desired product from the list and click on Add New Product button from either Reseller Product Listing or from Customer Product Listing tab as shown in the snapshot below:

Note: Choose Reseller Product Listing tab only when you are selling service to a Subscription Based\Prepaid Reseller.

Provide Basic Information:

Fill the form under Basic Info tab by selecting Product type, Provider, Server Group, providing Product name & comments etc.
  • You can also restrict the use of a specific service plan by setting it as Inactive.
  • You can select from the drop down list other options such as prorate billing and add-ons association.

  • You can also provide education discount package.
  • You can Sync sold plan resources in you need to edit the Plan resources and by checking it the changed resources will be applied to existing accounts.

  • Provide Product comments with style and font. After that click on Next button.

Resources allocation:

In the next step, provide resources for each Service plan. The resources are different for each service for example in Exchange Hosting Products, you have to specify all the resources such as Limits, Permissions, Mailbox Storage Settings, Folder Storage Settings, Outlook Web Access Settings, Personal Archive Settings, Other restrictions and Wireless Services.