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In this tutorial we can learn how to create and access email accounts in VestaCP Vesta Control Panel is an open, free control panel with webserver email database and DNS functionalities built in. Vesta supports Linux os such as CentOS, Ubuntu and Redhat. It is a user-friendly control panel with a simple and clear interface. Vesta control panel consist of both apache and nginx webservers. In this tutorial, we can discuss about how to create and access email accounts in VestaCP. Fo [...]
In this tutorial, we can check how to backup and restore emails in Horde. In cPanel, it is possible to backup your emails using both web interfaces - Roundcube or Horde. If you want to backup the whole folder or account, Horde is the best option. Roundcube does not provide the same convenient functionality to download many emails at once. In this documentation, we can discuss about how to backup and restore emails in Horde web interface. You can use the following link to access the cPanel [...]
In this tutorial we can check how to install Roundcube in CentOS Roundcube is also known as webmail. Webmail is any email client that is running on web server. It allows the user to access their email through web browser as long as an internet connection is available. Install web server Any web server can be used to install Roundcube. We can start by installing NGINX web server. First, we need to add the EPEL package to CentOS server, so that we can install NGINX. # yum install [...]
When transferring accounts between servers, transferring of email accounts is quite different. Transferring data from one server to another is technically called migration even if it is full website or email accounts or databases. When you perform a full website migration of a cPanel account, you do not need to migrate the emails manually. The cPanel transfer will migrate the email accounts also. As we know, there can be DNS propagation after a DNS change when you migrate your website. In the DN [...]
Posted at October 23, 2015 at 8:35 am by InterServer Staff
When you create a sub domain you can only access it at http://sub.domain.com. You can not access it at http://www.sub.domain.com. If you need the www. on your sub domain please contact support by opening a new ticket.
Posted at October 23, 2015 at 8:34 am by InterServer Staff
An example of a sub domain is http://stock.domain.com When you create a sub domain with us stock.domain.com would point to the stock folder in your public_html directory unless otherwise specified. These are not forwarders, but true apache sub domains.
Sub domains are enabled on accounts by default. If you are having any problems getting a sub domain to work please contact the support dept by opening a new ticket.
Posted at October 23, 2015 at 8:07 am by InterServer Staff
This is possible to do in the FTP section of one of our control panels. If you create a sub domain stock.domain.com it will point to the folder public_html/stock unless you specify otherwise. Go to the ftp section of the control panel and create a new FTP account called stock. The username will become firstname.lastname@example.org with the password you choose. This ftp account will only have access to the sub domain folder. Note: If you are using the Admin Center to create the ftp accounts you must resync [...]