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Accessing cPanel For cPanel version 11.28 To access cPanel: Type: https://IP:2083 into your preferred Internet browser. IP is meant to stand for your website’s IP address. Approximately one week after setting up your website, you will be able to access ...
Advanced For cPanel version 11.28 The following documents describe the features located in the cPanel Advanced box.   Apache Handlers — This interface allows you to add and manage Apache handlers. Apache handlers control how your site’...
For security reasons, we do not offer telnet access to our servers. SSH access is available upon request; please open a support ticket.
The cPanel BoxTrapper allows you to activate email verification for those not on your white list. This means that any mail address that is not placed on your white list will be required to send back a verification email to ensure that they are not a...
If you decide to use an email client, such as Microsoft Outlook Express, MS Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird and Eudora, here are the settings you need: Incoming mail server (POP3/IMAP server): mail.yourdomain.com Outgoing mail server (SMTP server): ...
1. In Mozilla Thunderbird , select Tools > Account Settings. 2. On the New Account Setup window, select Email account and click Next. 3. On the Identity window, in the Your Name field, enter your first and last name. 4. In the E-mail Address f...
Step 1: Open Outlook, and click on the Tools menu. Please, select E-mail Accounts...Step 2: Select the option Add a new e-mail account. Click 'Next'Step 3: Select the type of account you would like to create (IMAP or POP3)Step 4: Fill in the Interne...
Step 1: Open Outlook Express, and click on the Tools menu. Select Accounts.Step 2: Click Add account and select Mail.Step 3: Enter your name as you would like it to appear in the From: field of all outgoing mail.Step 4: Enter the email address which...
The solution most web hosts offer for webmail protection is called SpamAssassin. SpamAssassin is an automated mail filter that uses a wide range of heuristic algorithms on mail headers and message body text to identify "SPAM" (unsolicited...
cPanel Glossary Account: A record for accessing privatized information. For example, your cPanel account lets you manage your website. In cPanel, other instances of the term “account” occur in email and FTP. Account-Level Filter: A rule th...
You can easily create e-mail accounts from your hosting account Control Panel (cPanel). Here is what you need to do: Log into your cPanel: http://yourdomain.com/cpanel/ Once at the main page, click on the Email Accounts icon. In the fields prov...
Auto Responders allow you to set automatic answers for email accounts. For example, your customers can receive a confirmation that their inquiry has been received or if you go on vacation you can inform your friends that you are not available at t...
Databases For cPanel version 11.28 The following documents describe the features located in the cPanel Databases box.   MySQL® Databases — Databases offer a method for managing large amounts of information easily over the web. They are n...
Domains For cPanel version 11.28 The following documents describe the features located in the cPanel Domains box.   Subdomains — This area of cPanel allows you to create and manage subdomains. Subdomains prefix to your domain name and poin...
The Mail area functions allow a user to configure many different aspects of their domain's email accounts. This includes creating and removing e-mail accounts, configuring forward rules, managing spam filters, etc. Email Accounts - here you are a...
Files For cPanel version 11.28 The following documents describe the features in the cPanel Files area.   Backups — This section of our software provides an interface for downloading and storing all or some of the website’s files, databases...
If you pay attention to your statistics you may sometimes see a specific domain or IP address that is visiting your site entirely too much to be a real live human being. You may begin to suspect it is not legitimate traffic and that it is a webbot o...
  Logs For cPanel version 11.28 The following documents describe the features in the cPanel Logs area.   Latest Visitors — This feature that displays information about the last 300 people to visit your site.   Bandwid...
Mail For cPanel version 11.28   Email Accounts — Here, you can find information about adding and managing email accounts.   Webmail — Webmail allows you to access you email through a web browser. Troubleshooting Webmail — Thi...
  Preferences For cPanel version 11.28 The following documents describe the features of the cPanel Preferences box.   Getting Started Wizard — The Getting Started Wizard appears on your first login to cPanel and will guide ...
Note: If you are planning on using Microsoft™'s FrontPage as the web-development tool for your site, you will first need to Enable Frontpage Extensions via your control panel. FrontPage has a built-in "Publish" utility that makes i...
Note: Please note that Microsoft's HTML editor is FrontPage, not Publisher. Publisher is primarily is a nice desktop publishing program. Its web capabilities were added later, and while it does allow you to create and upload web sites, it is n...
There is no problem to remove any added email accounts. You will be taken to a page which asks you for confirmation. Click on Yes to delete the account.To delete a mail account, simply click on the [Delete ] button next to it.
Security For cPanel version 11.28 The following documents describe the features of the cPanel Security box.   Password Protect Directories — This feature allows you to restrict access to certain parts of your website.   IP Deny ...
Software/Services For cPanel version 11.28 The following documents describe the features located in the cPanel Software/Services box.  CGI Center — Short for “Common Gateway Interface,” CGI lets a web server run pieces of software called scripts. cPanel’s...
Over half of all e-mail traffic on the Internet is SPAM (unsolicited email). There are many viruses distributed via email which can be dangerous for both your email and for your computer. This is why it is very important to protect your e-mail. He...
The cPanel Home Screen For cPanel version 11.28 The cPanel home screen provides access to all of your cPanel functions. You can reach the cPanel home screen from anywhere in the interface by clicking the Home button () at the top left corner of ...
Using the Password Generator For cPanel version 11.28 cPanel provides a helpful tool for generating secure passwords that are difficult for malicious users to guess. You can use the Password Generator anywhere the button is available. Th...
You can use either the webmail interface or an email client. If you need help configuring email clients, please visit the step-by-step guides for configuring [MS Outlook] or [Mozilla Thunderbird.] You can access your WebMail interface by just visit...
An htaccess file is a simple ASCII text file, such as you would create through a text editor like NotePad or SimpleText. .htaccess is the file extension. It is not file.htaccess or somepage.htaccess, it is simply named .htaccess In order to crea...