OpenSRS Management Interface

Once you have signed up for an OpenSRS reseller account, you and your clients get access to different management interfaces where you can manage your domains, email services, SSL certificates, and publishing.

Reseller Control Panel (RCP)

The new OpenSRS control panel allows you to manage domains, emails, trust services, publishing services, and other reseller account related settings. Resellers can access the new control panel in the live or test environment.


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Classic Reseller Interface or Reseller Web Interface

The original OpenSRS web interface can be used for basic domain administration and account settings, but most of the functionalities have been moved to the new Reseller Control Panel.
The live classic reseller interface shows "Live system" along the right side of the interface.


The test reseller interface shows "Test system" along the right side of the interface.


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Mail Administration Console (MAC)

MAC is the classic administration console for OpenSRS email services. Most of the functionalities in the MAC are available within the Reseller Control Panel as well. There is a different MAC for Cluster A and B, as well as one for the production test environment. 

Test MAC:


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Storefront Manager

Storefront manager is the area where users of OpenSRS Storefront manage the settings, including pricing, themes, and customizations. Customers with domains purchased through Storefront manage their domain settings through an end-user area within the Storefront itself.
The Storefront manager can be accessed at For example, if your reseller username is "opensrsreseller," the storefront URL would be ""

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Manage Web Interface (MWI)

MWI is the end-user domain management console that is available to end-users if a reseller doesn't provide their custom interface to manage domain names (DNS, WHOIS information, etc.). MWI can be accessed both in the live and test environment.


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