All other control panels seem to allow customers to view their email passwords when logged in to cpanel. This won't be any more of a security risk to have this feature and will stop customers getting blocked by cphulk as when customers are getting new devices they can't remember their email password so they have to change it but on doing so all setup devices can no longer connect and is causing them to get blocked
Ability to view passwords for customers web accounts, FTP accounts, MySQL DB's & email accounts
It would be nice to have the option to store every single password created for customer web accounts, including FTP accounts, MySQL databases, email accounts, etc. I know this maybe a security risk for some, but for those who have over 50 web hosting accounts, how can you keep track of all the passwords created within these hosting accounts. Resellers can have the option to turn on or off this feature. This could be set by the admin, so those who feel that it is a security risk and do not like it, they do not turn it on, but those who need this feature can turn it on. The reason I say we should have stored passwords is that I sometimes develop websites for clients and therefore I need to connect to FileZilla to upload/download files and this is when I need to see these passwords. Also some clients forget their passwords and contact us to retrieve them. Clients can also see their email accounts passwords, FTP passwords and MySQL passwords too. Also, I sometimes work with 3rd party technicians who for example set up Office 365 on various web hosting accounts and therefore they would need some of the passwords too. I hope this makes sense and is a logical idea.