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SysCP – Open Source Control Panel

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SysCP is also an admin panel for hosting web services. It provides a web-based management for internet services. Its goal is to provide a software which enables the Administrator to easily manage his server from within a Web-browser. Here are the applications that it manages: * Apache, Apache 2.x, Lighttpd * Bind9, PowerDNS * Courier, […]

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VHFFS – Virtual Hosting For Free Software:

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VHFFS is a set of tools to manage a web hosting platform initiated by pooled TuxFamily I think, but I am no longer using this interface, however when I was using this platform for shared hosting on several shared servers, the performance shown by this interface was pretty impressive. Here is a list of its […]

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Steps to Share a MySQL Database in Cpanel

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cPanel is one of the popular control panel. It allows webmaster to control a number of  key server features, such as management of the email accounts, database, etc…Each website has its own database, but sometime a person will run multiple website that share the similar content. In this case, a perfect  solution is to allow […]

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How To Manage Your web-mail with cPanel?

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1. At first you have to log-in to cPanel. 2. Select “Read web mail” option. 3. You have to log-in to the the following page. 4. Select “NeoMail” option. 5. You have to enter your complete email address and password (email password) and select “OK” in the following page. 6. You have to select “continue” […]

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Simple Steps to Configure WebDav Service

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A web hosting service will gives you an access to a control panel where you can add or remove additional features to your service. Today we are going to see how to set up webdav service from  cPanel control panel. One feature that you can include through the cPanel is webdav or webdisk, which allows […]

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Steps To Manage Crontab In Plesk

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With the Crontab Manager, you can automatically run scheduled tasks on the server, and if selected, receive automatic email showing the results. So, if you manage crontab in Plesk then you have to follow the following steps. 1. At first you have to login to your Plesk admin area. 2. Click on “Scheduler” option. 3. […]

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Steps To Set Auto Responders Through Plesk

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1. You have to login to Plesk. 2. Select “Mail” option. 3. Locate the existing FOP account which you would like to make an autoresponders. 4. Select “ Autoresponders” >> “Add New Autoresponders”option. 5. Give the Autoresponder a name. This can be anything you like- it is for your reference only. 6. You can have […]