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How To Manage The Mail Queue In WHM

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The mail queue in WHM is used to manage the emails, and that is what we are going to see in this particular article. Firstly, Let’s understand why Mail Queue Manager is used: 1. WHM’s Mail Queue Manager can be used to delete, access, and try to send queued emails that have not yet left […]

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How to Restart Your Apache Via WHM

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Apache is an open-source HTTP server. It comes with a lot of useful features and can be expanded with a number of modules. If you’re a programmer or a system administrator, you’ve probably dealt with Apache on a regular basis. When working with an Apache web server, the most common tasks are starting, halting, and restarting/reloading. […]

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High load prevent slow backups

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In this tutorial, we’ll explain to you how a high load creates a slow backup in your business. Here, you will get information regarding your slow backups. Most of the businesses are 24×7, having websites and email servers that are up. This dependence on technology and data means downtime has major issues and an impact […]

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How To Get The Raw FTP log From The WHM

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In this article, we will explain How to get the raw FTP log from the WHM. Using raw access logs on an FTP server, you may see every connection to a site or file posted or downloaded. WHM users may obtain a raw FTP log including these entries as plain text files. Follow the follwing […]

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How to install an Apache module in WHM

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In this article, you will find the installation process of an Apache module in WHM. Introduction You may follow the steps below to install an Apache module using WHM. Procedure: To install an Apache module in WHM, you may follow these steps: 1. Log into WHM. 2. Navigate to EasyApache 4. 3. Click Customize under Currently Installed Packages. […]

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How to setup requests for customer support in WHM

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We’ll show you how to configure customer support requests in WHM in this article. BodHost Manager allows you to determine how customers should contact you for support requests. Follow these steps to accomplish this: 1.Log into “WHM As Root Account” 2.Start typing “Customization” in the search box at the top left of the WHM interface […]