25Jun 2017

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How to view your cPanel disk space usage
there’s a great tool located inside of your cPanel account that can help you narrow down what’s using all of your disk space. 1.log into your cPanel account, and  locate the “Disk Usage” icon found under the “Files” pane. 2.click on the “Disk Usage” icon in cPanel, you’ll be taken to the overview page, as shown [...]
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22Jun 2017

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how to Access Webmail through the cPanel interface
cPanel by Reem Issa

      Access Webmail through the cPanel interface To access cPanel’s Webmail feature, perform the following steps: Navigate to cPanel’s Email Accounts interface (Home >> Email >> Email Accounts). In the More menu next to the email account name, click Access Webmail. The Webmail interface will open in your browser, where you can check all of your […]

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11Jun 2017

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How to determine if your account uses CageFS?
ABOUT CAGEFS CageFS, a virtual filesystem that isolates each user's data and processes. This improves server performance, stability, and security. Some features and applications (specially developer-related programs that run from the command line) require different setting when CageFS is enabled. so, it can be useful to know whether or not your account is on a [...]
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28May 2017

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‘Scheduled maintenance’ message in WordPress?
This post describe how to troubleshoot a problem that may happen after a WordPress update. PROBLEM When you try to enter your WordPress site, you receive the following message : Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance. Check back in a minute. During a normal update, WordPress enters maintenance mode, displays this message, and blocks site access [...]
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17May 2017

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‘550 Sender verify failed’ error message
PROBLEM When you try to send an e-mail message, you receive the following SMTP error message: 550 Sender verify failed CAUSE This error message happens when the sender e-mail account does not exist in cPanel, or when the domain's MX entry records are misconfigured in cPanel. For example, suppose you add a parked domain, an [...]
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17May 2017

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How to access web-mail clients directly?
in This post we will describe how to access webmail clients directly. Normally when users log in to webmail, they have to choose a client application to use (Horde, Roundcube, or SquirrelMail). but , you can set up redirects that enable users to log in to webmail and view an application immediately without having to choose [...]
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06May 2017

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How to change the time zone in webmail
In This post we will describe how to change time zone settings in the Horde, Roundcube, and SquirrelMail webmail clients. Changing the time zone Webmail applications use the host server's time zoneBy default . If you are in a different time zone, you can change this default. The exact steps to do this depend on [...]
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05May 2017

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How to change Mail Exchanger (MX) entries in cPanel?
in This post we will describe how to change the Mail Exchanger (MX) entries for your web site in cPanel. About MX (Mail Exchanger) records cPanel manages your e-mail using its own mail server. However, you can modify MX (Mail Exchanger) DNS entries to direct your web site's e-mail to other mail servers. If you [...]
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05May 2017

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How to configure e-mail forwarders in cPanel?
In This post we will describe how to configure e-mail forwarders in cPanel. About e-mail forwarders When you configure e-mail forwarders in cPanel, you can automatically forward a message from one e-mail account to another e-mail account. You can also do the following: Forward messages from one account to many accounts by creating multiple forwarders. [...]
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05May 2017

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How to manage e-mail accounts in cPanel?
In This post we will describe how to add, modify, and delete e-mail accounts in cPanel. You can change e-mail passwords, and more. E-mail accounts that you create are accessible by using webmail in your web browser, or by using your own e-mail client application (such as Thunderbird or Microsoft Outlook). You can set up [...]
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