This should be pretty easy for somebody that knows what they are doing and has good experience. What I'm looking for: A PHP Admin front end to add individual users to a MySQL backend that gives each person I add, a customized RSS feed they can plug into iTunes or any podcatcher software. How: Adding users is nothing more then an email, username and password assigned to an account. That person is given a custom RSS feed. There is a Send Email link, which just sends that person their custom RSS feed. There is an expiration option for each account. Why: I would be storing many MP3 files on a web server. Unsecured. I'd like the PHP Admin interface to link to this "podcast" directory and generate a RSS XML file that is proper for playing in podcatchers (iTunes, iPodder, etc). But what I do not want is to give out one link to everybody. Hence the ability to add users with generated, custom RSS feeds. When a person is added, they get this custom feed. If they decide they don't want it, I can delete that URL (custom link) and they have no access. The orignal location is never disclosed. The feed will pass thru this interface in order to actually read the folder in the back end properly so there's no disclosure of where the files reside. This is Premium Podcasting. People sign-up and get a custom RSS feed. They quit, I delete the feed, they have no more access. Features: 1- Ability to send the custom RSS url to the person (sort of a pre-filled box) 2- Minimal stats (last access time) 3- Ability to set an expiration so the feed no longer works. An auto-delete at a given date. If they pay for 6 months, then that feed expires in 6 months. Examples: The closest example of this is at: [url removed, login to view] Only concerned with Step 2 and Step 3. Not looking to create accounts for other people to do this. This would be a hosted solution for me to administer unique RSS feeds for my own clients.
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MySQL version: 4.0.25-standard PHP Admin interface on PHP version: [url removed, login to view] Zend Perl version: 5.8.7