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If you didn’t have a chance to catch today’s cPanel webinar on the new WHM 11.34 features you missed out. Surprisingly, the entire webinar lasted a mere 30 minutes and the features portion wasn’t, in my mind, the most interesting section. However, it had some good information on some of the more sought after features. I took note of the three that caught my eye the most:Email auto-config scripts
One of the biggest changes I’ve always felt was needed was updating the email auto-configs scripts. cPanel has had this feature for quite some time, so its nothing new. The problem More >
One of the critical parts of administrating your server is by logging into SSH as root. With the command line, you can roll up the proverbial sleeves and really dig in: installing software, changing system configuration, investigating problems, etc… But what about the security concern of logging into a system with all that control and you’ve only got a password? This is where Key authentication comes in.
Instead of typing in a password, you can generate an encrypted key pair that is used to authenticate you when logging in. The server will look to see if you have this key file More >
# Updates: # 11/07/12 | As of the release of the new WHM 11.34, some of the archive tasks of this article can be done directly with cPanel. cPanel now has it’s own built-in support for email archiving. See my WHM 11.34 features article here.
Today I am going to show you something pretty nifty: how to forward a copy of all incoming and outgoing mail for a particular email user. If you are the cautious type, or simply the email hoarding type like myself , this can be really handy for easy archival of all your mail. Exim can be More >
When you visit a web site, you are accessing a particular folder on the web server. The server knows to only serve up those files located at that folder to incoming visitors. The location of that web folder is called the “Document Root”.
It is similar to using a coat check. You present your ticket to the attendant and they fetch it from the back room. In this metaphor, the coat is the site you want to visit and the attendant is the web server. The visitor doesn’t know the exact location where the coat is More >