Ah ha… Your files are outside the domain.com folder. But you should see them in your FTP list. I don’t think you can put the files elsewhere than your home folder.
Your home folder contains Maildir, Logs, yourdomain.com, and yourfolder. You do not see Maildir, Logs if you are using WebFTP.
I hope your files are in your home folder. Otherwise the commands below are meaningless
If you want to move yourfolder to another user’s folder, you can use remap sub-dir and mv together to achieve this. I’ll try to make it clear as much as I can.
Log into shell and use mv command to move yourfiles into yourdomain.com folder
mv yourfolder yourdomain.com/yourfolder
Remap this folder to another user’s folder. Now another user has the access to the folder.
Log into shell with admin and use mv command again to move yourfiles to another user’s account.
mv /home/user/yourdomain.com/yourfolder /home/admin/yourfolder
Here are some command you may need. You can use putty to log into shell.
pwd: show current folder
ls: list all files and folders of current folder
cd foldername: go to folder
cd … go up to parent folder
Do not forget to remove remap after everything is done.
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