Category: cPanel Hosting
cPanel is the world’s most popular web management interface, offering a set of tools that allow website owners to manage website files, databases, email accounts and more. It is one of the most popular web interface dashboards because it offers ease of deployment, a variety of features and speed.
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Your bandwidth usage is the sum total of all traffic from and to your account on the server, including visitors accessing your site, FTP uploads and incoming/outgoing emails Checking Bandwidth Usage Log into cPanel. If you are unsure about your login details, please contact us. On the left hand side, you can see a summary […]Read More
Do you want to duplicate or copy a cPanel MySQL database? This can be done using phpMyAdmin by following the steps below: Note: It’s important that you BACKUP your database first before performing the steps below. Login to your cPanel Account Create a new Database with the cPanel MySql Wizard Select the “phpMyAdmin” icon Select […]Read More
The AUSWEB name server are: ns1.ausweb.net.au ns2.ausweb.net.au ns3.ausweb.net.au If you need additional DNS Management and DNS Hosting the please follow the link below: http://ausweb.com.au/domain-names/mydns-manager/Read More
This tutorial describes how to change your MX records via cPanel and will walk you through the process so they point email to a different email server. MX records are a critically important part of a web site’s DNS because they tell the rest of the Internet where to send e-mail for a domain. There are […]Read More
This tutorial will show you how to create an autoresponder in cPanel http://www.youtube.com/embed/caO06DBf2VE?rel=0 1) Click the Auto Responders icon This is where you create auto-responders for your email addresses. Autoresponders send messages back automatically to anyone who sends an email to a specified account 2) Click the Add Auto Responder button 3) In most cases […]Read More
This tutorial will show you how to login to cPanel Now login to your cPanel account using the User Name and Password provided to you 1) Enter your Username here… 2) Then enter your Password here 3) Then click Login That’s it! You’re now logged in to cPanel, and can begin to setup email addresses, […]Read More
This tutorial will show you how to use the email filter in cPanel 1) Click the Account Level Filtering icon 2) Then click Create a New Filter 3) Enter a name for the filter here 4) Then specify the rule 5) Now choose an action for when the TO field CONTAINS the text “john” 6) […]Read More
This tutorial will show you how to create an email forwarder in cPanel Now let’s learn how to setup email forwarding 1) Click the Forwarders icon An email forwarder allows you to send a copy of all email from one address to another. This is handy when you have multiple addresses, but only want to […]Read More