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Accessing email accounts with cPanel webmail
One way to access email accounts is via cPanel webmail applications. These are web-based email...
Accessing email accounts with Gmail
To access cPanel email accounts with Gmail, do the following: 1. Decide which Gmail account you...
Adding an MX record
An MX record (Mail Exchanger record) is a DNS record that specifies a mail server responsible for...
Allowing external web servers to access MySQL databases
To allow external web servers to access your MySQL databases, log in to cPanel and go to...
Configure email client for cPanel email accounts
To configue an email client to access a cPanel email account, log in to cPanel and go to "Mail"...
Creating a database in cPanel
To create a new database in cPanel, log in to cPanel and go to "Databases" > "MySQL...
Creating email accounts in cPanel
To create an email account in cPanel, log in to cPanel and go to "Mail" > "Email Accounts"....
Creating FTP accounts in cPanel
To create an FTP account in cPanel, log in to cPanel and go to "Files" > "FTP Accounts". In...
Creating URL redirects via cPanel
You can create URL redirects via cPanel, by logging in to cPanel and going to "Domains" >...
Custom error pages
To use your own custom error pages that will replace the default Apache error pages: You can...
DKIM email authentication
DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) is an email validation system designed to detect email spoofing...
Email filters in cPanel
Email filters allow you to create rules that define how certain email messages will be treated....
Forwarding mail in cPanel
In cPanel, if you want to forward mail from email accounts to other email accounts, log in to...
Generating SSL Certificate Signing Request (CSR)
In the process of ordering an SSL certificate, you will be asked to provide a Certificate Signing...
How to access phpMyAdmin
You can access phpMyAdmin either through cPanel or WHM. The WHM option gives you access to all...
How to add an 'A' record to DNS
An 'A' record maps a domain/subdomain/hostname to an IP address. This way, when we want to reach...
How to block IPs from accessing a website in cPanel
One way of blocking either a single IP or a range of IPs from accessing a website, is via cPanel....
How to create autoresponders for email accounts in cPanel
To create an autoresponder for an email account in cPanel: 1. Log in to cPanel and go to "Mail"...
How to manage a DNS zone in cPanel
If you manage the DNS for a domain using the nameservers of the cPanel account server, you can...
Installing SSL certificate
After you have received your newly ordered SSL certificate from the Certificate Authority (CA),...
Managing backups in cPanel
To manage account backups in cPanel, log in to the cPanel account and go to "Files" >...
Managing SSL Private Keys
SSL Private keys can be managed and generated either via WHM, cPanel, or any other control panel...
Protecting directories with password
You can protect certain directories on an account with a password, so that if users try to access...
Setting a default email address in cPanel
In cPanel, you can set to which existing email address you want to forward all mail that is being...
SPF email authentication
SPF (Sender Policy Framework) is a validation system designed to detect email spoofing by...
Updating an existing email account in cPanel
To change the password of an existing email account in cPanel, change its quota, or delete the...
Using a self-signed SSL certificate
You can generate a self-signed SSL certificate either via WHM or cPanel. In WHM, you can...
Viewing Apache access logs
There are few ways to view information from Apache's access logs about website visitors. In...
Viewing Apache error log
The Apache error log for the entire server can be viewed with root access (either via SSH, SFTP...
Viewing bandwidth usage in cPanel account
To view bandwidth usage in cPanel account, including bandwidth usage history, log in to the...
Web browser warns cPanel/WHM certificate can't be trusted - should I worry?
Not at all. It's a good practice to be wary when visiting websites that you do not manage and...
What is phpMyAdmin?
phpMyAdmin is a free and open source tool intended to handle the administration of MySQL with the...
What is RVSkin?
RVSkin is a multi-lingual and multiĀ­-theme advanced skin management software for cPanel. It...
What is Softaculous?
Softaculous Auto Installer is a script library that automates the installation of commercial and...

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