Category: cPanel – WHM

cPanel Server Managment

Default Email Address

You may notice an email address in your GreenGeeks account called “Default.” That email account is automatically created when your cPanel user is created. On some systems, a default email address acts as a “catch-all.”…

How to Enable Email Authentication

Email authentication makes it more difficult for spammers to “spoof” (make an email appear that it came from your domain) email addresses on your domain. It can also validate email sent from your domain, greatly reducing deliverability issues.…
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How to Protect Your Email From Spam

No one likes being bombarded by unsolicited junk email. Luckily, there is a way to significantly reduce the amount of spam that makes it to your inbox.…
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How to Setup the MX Record for Your Domain Names

What if you have a website hosted with one provider but want your email to arrive at another? That’s when changing the Mail Exchange record comes into play.…
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How to Check Email Ports

Ports are access points connected to your domain. Certain tools and functions will operate on specific ports. This offers a level of security and makes accessing those tools possible.…
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How To Import Addresses and Forwarders

Importing address and forwarders is a great time saver when you move a web hosting account from one provider to another. Using data stored in an Excel or CSV file, you can quickly rebuild or update email properties.…
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How to Set up Email Domain Forwarding

Email domain forwarding is when you set an entire list of email addresses for a website to forward on to a new domain address. For instance, you can have all the email for ggexample.com…
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How to Setup Email Forwarding

Email forwarding is when you set your account to send messages to another address. When someone sends email to something like you@ggexample.com, you can have the message sent to you@gmail.com.…
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How to Change Your Email Password

Losing a password to an email address has the potential to become quite problematic. For instance, what if a person operating an eCommerce site was unable to access an address used for processing shipments?…
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WHM – How To change NameServer Ip

The file that actually handles WHM > DNS Functions > Nameserver IPs area is at /var/cpanel/nameserverips.yaml location. If you want this to be changed, you’d want to make a backup of that file first and then modify it: cd /var/cpanel cp nameserverips.yaml…