Category: cPanel

How To Block A Domain From Sending Email From My cPanel Server

We face this problem many times, even we mostly get this kind of issue when a user who is getting hacked a lot and the account is sending out spam emails. In that case, If you want to disable just his account from being able to send mail at all until he can get his script updated […]

Set Up DNS for Office 365 in cPanel

To set up Microsoft Office 365, login to cPanel, then add/update the following DNS records for the domain(s) in question: example.com.au. 300 MX 0 example-com-au.mail.eo.outlook.com. example.com.au. 3600 TXT MS=ms000000 autodiscover 3600 CNAME autodiscover.outlook.com. example.com.au. 3600 TXT “v=spf1 include:outlook.com ~all” _sip 3600 SRV 100 1 443 sipdir.online.lync.com. _sipfederationtls 3600 SRV 100 1 5061 sipfed.online.lync.com. sip 3600 […]

Resetting Root Password Using Rescue Mode

It’s been a million dollar question for anyone who is stuck and don’t remember the root password, If you are not able to reset the password for your Linux Server then you will need to place the server into rescue mode and chroot the file system of the server and run passwd to update the root password. Sounds […]

How To Set Up Clustered Nameservers With cPanel

As important as DNS is to web hosting, it is a good idea to make it redundant when possible. If you have two or more cPanel servers, you can use cPanel’s DNS clustering to lower the risk of a DNS failure on a nameserver taking down all of your sites. Here’s how to set that […]

cPanel Optimize Website No longer working

When client tries to enable or disable “Optimize Website” in cPanel, this error is shown: OptimizeWS::optimizews(,) failed: Modification of non-creatable array value attempted, subscript -1 at /usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel/OptimizeWS.pm line 104, <HC> line 52. Here is a Solution: To be certain you are not over-writing any existing data: # mv /home/[cPanel user]/.htaccess /home/[cPanel user]/.htaccess.bak # echo > […]

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