I have a reseller account that uses WHM/cPanel. So of course, SquirrelMail and Horde are already installed. I like to check my email at work, but unfortunatley, my employer blocks connections for say mydomain.com:2095.
Is there a way around this? I'm too much of a noob to try and install Horde again, bypassing the cPanel. I use Horde as the example because I need a good calendar and address book.
Currently I am using Linux + cPAnel and using the port 25 for email sevrer. Currently we facing 1 problem is, some user's ISP is not support port. May I know how can I add additional port into server and allow users to send mail by different port?
Is anyone successfully using cPanel with smtp port 587 and have a working email account?
After deciding that Plesk wasn't for me due to the lack of reference material in this and other forums, I had my hosting company, ServInt, delete my old vps and install a new one with cPanel.
Everything went fine until I configured my email. Just like with Plesk, I cannot access the smtp server via Outlook. I can ping it successfully, but it either terminates the connection or doesn't recognize the correct user name and password. With Plesk, it was a simple matter of enabling the use of port 587.
Not so with cPanel, at least for me. Even though the Exim service is enabled and another instance is enabled on port 587, I still can't connect. Thought it might be CFS, which is new to me with this install, so made sure it was disabled. Opened up a ticket with ServInt and even their techs can't get it functioning, so _they've_ opened up a ticket with cPanel.
Hence the title of this post, I can't beleive that I'm the only one whose had this problem before because blocking port 587 has been done by BellSouth/AT&T for many years now.
Nothing like having your company email down for over 6 hours to keep you up at night.
if i try to telnet to yahoo's mail server, i get this:
[root: #] telnet mx1.mail.yahoo.com 25 Trying 126.96.36.199... telnet: connect to address 188.8.131.52: Connection timed out Trying 184.108.40.206... telnet: connect to address 220.127.116.11: No route to host Trying 18.104.22.168... telnet: connect to address 22.214.171.124: No route to host Trying 126.96.36.199... telnet: connect to address 188.8.131.52: No route to host
but it works from one of my other hosted servers. this keeps mail building up in my queue as it cannot send mail out cause the connection times out.
I can telnet locally to send myself email. This is my own dedicated server.
i have no idea whats up - default policy is ACCEPT in the OUTPUT chain of iptables.
I have an office internal website and I opened a port in the gateway of my office (7080) to this website (server )'s 80 port. That makes this website open to public as office has static IP. And then when I view the site from home . it's fine. But when I tried to login, the site is using a pop-up, I guess it's http authentciation, login, I was redirected to a url without my port number any more, that stops my access to the site as obviously I would.
For my centos box I use PuTTY and that allows me to get into the server and make any changes I need. I am looking at getting a second server, this one a Windows 2003 machine and I was wondering how you mange those servers remotely. Is it done using command line or is their a gui app to connect to it remotely? Can I install something like pcAnywhere on it or is there something web server specific?
when I install apache on my machine I can open up port 80 on the router and allow outside access.
But, now here is the issue.
I have a p4 server which connects via ethernet to my apple mac. My apple mac connects to the internet via wireless. My apple mac has web sharing activated so the server can access the web. The server has OpenBSD 4.3 installed without X.
What I want to do is get my server online.
It's IP is 192.168.2.4, my macs IP is 192.168.1.1. In the router configuration how would I set it up? Would the router see 192.168.2.4?
We have an internal server running Red Hat 8 or 9 that was taken offline at least 18 months ago. The guy who set up the box is long gone. Unfortunately with him went the root password. It wasn't a big deal until we realized there is some code we do want to get off of that box now that may be useful in a future project. In particular the database structure for one project. Is there any way to get access to this data or is it just lost?
I have server which all files and folders are stored on. Now there are a couple of folders which are only accessible by one machine at present and all the other machines when they access the folder it is displayed as empty. I have checked all permisions and all machines viewing of files settings are the same and folders accessible by all machines have the same settings as the couple which are only accessible from this one machine.
If I copy and paste the folder all machines then have access to the folder from although this would be a lengthy exercise for the full hard drive.
I have a mySQL db on Host A and I want to be able to access its data from Host A/B/C/D/E.
1. If I have your typical reseller account with WHM and CPanel, would I just use localhost for each site on Host A or would I only use localhost for the domain it is on? (Assume mysite1.com and mysite2.com is on the same reseller account, and the db phpmyadmin is at mysite1.com/phpmyadmin.)
2. For Host B/C/D/E, how would I let them have access to the mySQL db on Host A? Do I just add them to the Access Hosts section of the Database Manager section of CPanel? Would that involve putting each IP address in there or its nameserver or what? Would a wildcard be useful here?
I just installed IIS on my Windows XP machine and any time I access localhost I get a bluescreen and my computer will restart. I have tried to uninstall IIS, reboot, re-install, reboot then try accessing localhost and that does not fix anything. This is on an almost fresh install of Windows. (The computer is only 1 week old)
I installed Wordpress on a local install of Apache so that I can play around with it and get my design down before I put it on the web. I can get to the admin and do everything, but I can't actually get to the site. I had an index.html in my htdocs directory, which was deleted, but now when I go to localhost, it just shows the directory.
I have one server right now and will be adding a second server in the next 4-5 months. In the meantime I've upgraded the coding in my community site to act as if there is already two servers. Mainsite.com has all the php files, and a separate HD for mysql db only, [url] has all the user images and videos.
This problem I'm having right now is the permission to delete files from [url]via [url]
What I've Tried:
vsFTPd - it has a small footprint but its not reliable, needed to be restarted a few times while testing on the beta site.
usermod - this is messy, changing chmods, owners, grps... etc I tried all of that but still had problems getting the Mainsite to be part of the group without having to change all the chmods and grps.
NFS mount - haven't tried yet...
Does anyone run a multiple server site? My sites pretty big been around for 4yrs, and i've upgraded servers 3 times since then.
If i can't get this to work right my final option would be to continue to upgrade to a new server each year, everytime a bigger and faster server setup becomes available.
Current server Dual Xeon 5310 4gb, 3 x 146gb scsi/sas. The server is doing fine with this setup. But with the new site uprade and features it's going to top things out. I can keep throwing ram on the server and move mysql off site.
The site has little over 1mil users with about 60-70% of them being active daily...
I am redoing a website that is currently being hosted by some shady company that is completely unreachable. I have the ftp server info and password, and I am trying to get on using FileZilla, however there must be something incorrect because it is not letting me access the site.
Is there anyway I can host this website using the same current domain, even though it is already being hosted by this other horrible company? The person I am doing the site for has been trying to contact the company for months to cancel hosting, but they are not responding.
For example, if the company was company.com, and I have created a new site for them which I have on my own webserver, how do I access company.com so that the website I made will now be at that domain?
to block a city from accessing a site. Is this really possible? I have a client who insists they have seen it done, but I cannot find a way to find IP address ranges from just a certain city (I don't even think that exists?)
On the other hand, how does Google Analytics and other places know which cities visitors are coming from? So in that regard I guess maybe it is possible?
id like to set up apache on a spare pc i have lying around, for local dev. id like to stick it in the back of a closet (no screen, kb or mouse) but im wondering how i can best access it from my main computers. is there some kind of decent and preferably free remote desktop application that can be used for this?
i know i can access the xampp installation via the ip address, but inevitably ill also have to access whatever OS i decide to install on it (xp or ubuntu)
I have 3 computers on the same network. One running apache2 on Ubuntu 12.04 and the others with Windows7. I want to access the website I set up from a Windows machine. When I type in the URL, domain.com, I get a 404 error. When I type in 127.0.1.1/domain.com I get the directory listing for the website. I have to actually type 127.0.1.1/domain.com/public_html/ before the website can actually be seen. I would like to get rid of the public_html part. I am brand new to all this.