>We’ve all been faced with the problem of weak passwords. As much as you inform users about password security, they want to use something they can easily remember. So, we end up with passwords like ‘ilovejohn’ and ‘toyota90210’. Even with the new password strength meters in cPanel, it is important to go that extra step to make sure that your users are protected, well, from themselves.
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Sometimes you manually need to run the logs for one account in cPanel , you can easily do this via SSH
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This tutorial will give you a little step by step manual of how to upgrade and properly install ImageMagick on you cPanel server without having to manually compile Apache
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If you are running your or your clients are running their own private exchange server in the office and need an external mail server set up from the cPanel server pointing to your exchange server then you will need to follow those steps below
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In this article, Rais offers insights why Windows hardware failures may be causing some to update or replace devices that are still operational. Instead, he shows how powerful a tool Linux can be in tracking down hardware problems and validating some inherent issues with Windows device support… Complete article
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Charles Sweeney writes : This is how to get your server to send you a daily email showing the status of your APF firewall. In other words, letting you know if it’s running or not!
APF firewall. Daily automated email showing firewall status
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SSH into root and type :
cat /var/log/exim_mainlog | grep “domain.com” > logfile.txt
this should create a file called logfile.txt with the desired mail log for domain.com