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Whitelisting and Blacklisting Email Addresses on cPanel

From time to time, emails can be wrongly identified by spam filters. Spam emails can make it through your spam filter undetected, and non-spam emails could be moved to your spam filter instead of your inbox. To help combat this issue, we can use the email whitelist and blacklist built into cPanel. First navigate to […]

Setting up FTP Accounts on cPanel

File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a standard network protocol used for the transfer of computer files between a client and server on a computer network.Setting up FTP using FileZilla1. To create and set up access to FTP accounts for your domain, first login to your cPanel control panel and select FTP Accounts.2. In this menu, […]

Enable/Disable the ModSecurity for cPanel

ModSecurity is an open source, cross-platform web application firewall (WAF) module.  It serves as an external security layer, which protects, detects and prevents protection levels before reaching web-based software programs.Enabling/Disabling ModSecurity1. Login to your cPanel Control Panel2. Under Security, select ModSecurity3. Select the On/Off button to enable/disable this feature*Make sure the ModSecurity feature is enable […]

Change the PHP Version for the cPanel

If you run your own cPanel server or use our SME hosting service, you are given the option of running different versions of PHP to suit your your requirements.Changing the PHP version1. Login to your cPanel control panel2. Under Software, click MultiPHP Manager3. For this example, the current version for this domain is PHP 5.6To […]

Email Routing for cPanel

If your mail and website are hosted under two different servers, it is important to properly configure email routing. Following this guide will help ensure that your emails are delivered correctly to your inbox.Configuring Email RoutingLogin to your cPanel Control PanelUnder the Email section, click on Email RoutingGenerally when configuring email routing, the local mail […]

Disable Mod Security cPanel for a domain

1 – Create directory at :- [root ~]# mkdir -p /usr/local/apache/conf/userdata/std/2_4/username*/*2 – Then create a file in it :- [root ~]# touch /usr/local/apache/conf/userdata/std/2_4/username*/*/mod_security.conf3 – Edit the file and add below line :- [root ~]# vi /usr/local/apache/conf/userdata/std/2_4/username*/*/mod_security.conf ===cut=== SecRuleEngine Off ===cut=== 4 – Then run this command to allow httpd.conf to include the file. [root~]# /scripts/ensure_vhost_includes […]

How to change file/folder permissions on CPanel

1. Login to your Cpanel account using username and password provided by your web hosting. 2.Click File Manager then choose which directory the file is located.After that,click Go button. 3.Click the name of the folder/file which you would like to change the permissions and select the change permissions link at the top right of the […]