Catch-all-Email address or Set/Change a Default Email Address cPanel

The default email address is the one to which all e-mails addressed to the domain name are routed to, that is even if we mistakenly entered the Email account at a domain, the default mail option will forward the Email to the default Email address.It is also called catch-all-Email address. …

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HTTP status codes

We are all daily users of the internet, we use it for playing games, watching videos, and for social networking and lot more. We access all of these via web browsers like Mozilla, Chrome, Internet explorer etc, sometimes we get some messages in our web browser as a result of …

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Linux Command To View File

There are a number of options available in Linux and Unix systems to view a text file. There will occur situations in which we just need to view the contents of the files and also to search for a particular word, line, command in it. The following commands can be …

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How to scan for virus using ClamAV – Linux

Hi Guys, it is possible to have malware and virus attacks in our linux systems also, there is an antivirus application called ClamAV which can protect you from malware and threats. Some information on the ClamAV antivirus and its functionalities are shown below and I believe it can help you to find …

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Check TUN/TAP module is enabled or not on VPS – Linux OpenVZ

Hello all,Do you have a Virtual Private Server (VPS)? If yes, you might have heard about a module called TUN/TAP. This module is required to run a VPN application on your server. As we all know a VPN adds privacy and security to networks wheather it’s private or public. Companies …

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Find MySQL root password cPanel

Hi Guys, This is only a small tip for those use cPanel servers. If you are looking to find the MySQL root password for the server, it’s easy and can be done in a flah of a second. The password is saved in file named .my.cnf under the root directory …

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Set maximum number of mails per hour cpanel

We can set or limit the maximum number of email that can be sent out from the server. It helps in many way and also a security measure if you manage a shared server. The changes can be made for all the domains (accounts) hosted in the server or you …

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Invalid License error cPanel

Hi, sometimes when we try to get into the cPanel, we get a message in our browser saying “Invalid License”, the reason is that the cPanel license might be expired, there is nothing to worry in this. You can update the license by following the steps mentioned below. You may …

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Change FTP port cpanel

FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol, it is a standard protocol used to transfer computer files from host to another over a network. We normally use any of the FTP clients to transfer files using this protocol over a TCP based network such as Internet. The FTP uses a port …

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