TAG: cPanel

Explanation of FTP Protocol

What is FTP? FTP, or File Transfer Protocol, is commonly used to transfer files over the internet through a client-server architecture. It makes use of the TCP/IP protocol to allow this and can be secured with SSL/TLS.  Although some services such as File Manager through cPanel offer the ability to upload files, these can be…

Issues Sending Email

If you’re having problems sending email, it may be something as simple as a wrong password or a port being blocked. Here are some common reasons you may have issues sending email. Wrong password Even if you’re absolutely sure the password was entered right, check again. If you’re thinking “It has to be right, because…

Issues Receiving Email

Why can’t I receive email? If you’re having problems receiving email but you can send email, here are some possible common causes that will be explained in more depth below:   Over email quota DNS problems Mail client problems   Over email quota Each email account is assigned a quota when created. You can check…

Webmail Issues

Webmail through cPanel makes email easy – most of the time. However, there are some common issues that can creep up. Here are a few that you may encounter and what you can do about them. This article is intended for clients who have WHM access and can perform root  functions. Database error connection failed!…

General Email FAQ

Here are our guides to assist you with the top 10  issues that people generally have in regards to setting up Email on cPanel.   How to create an email account in cPanel How to set MX records in cPanel How do I access my Webmail? How to view email accounts in cPanel What are…

Cloudflare Account Setup Guide

Cloudflare is a great tool to help both in securing and speeding delivery of your domain. Setup is straightforward and we’ll outline below how to get started quickly.   If you don’t already have a Cloudflare account, go to https://www.cloudflare.com and click the Sign Up link You’ll be asked to enter the first domain for your account,…

How to Setup and Configure CloudFlare in cPanel

Setting up Cloudflare in cPanel Guide   The CloudFlare plugin comes pre-installed on our Shared and Business hosting packages and can be accessed via the Software section in cPanel. If you’re on a Cloud or Dedicated server you’ll need to install the plugin using the steps below. Note: You’ll need an account with Cloudflare to utilize…

Setting Up Inside cPanel vs Nameserver Setup

How do I setup Cloudflare Nameservers? To properly setup Cloudflare you’ll need to integrate it with two locations: your cPanel and Nameserver.  When you begin your service with Cloudflare, they provide you with Nameserver entries to change with your domain registrar.  These will need to match for the service to function.   Here is a…

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