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Old 01-03-2007, 07:18 PM   #1
Daine
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Default Customer Service Account for users?


I had no idea really where to ask this question, nor exactly how to describe it in the subject but if your reading this I guess I am heading in the right direction.

What I would like to have associated with a web site is a small version of something like what many technical support departments have. A place where a user can create an account, post questions or problems and get replies back into that account. The various accounts should not be visible to others, only to the site owner, so a forum like system is not quite right. I would also like the ability to leave private downloads for those clients.
This is actually for a "personal trainer" friend of mine who would like to use this sort of setup as an additional service to his clients, an enhancement over the regular training sessions.
I would estimate that there would be perhaps a max of 100 accounts.

Ideas?

Thanks, Daine
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