I use Plesk 11.5.3 and have a problem with adding new customer. When i have add a new customer and type the domain in my browser, I have to authorisize, but I haven't set up a protect folder know. What's wrong with my plesk? I think this is a permission problem with IIS.
After migrating our existing client base from legacy Plesk 9.x servers and Expand to PPA, clients phoned in with mail sending problems. These clients are using submission port 587 because their ISPs intercept port 25.
Existing client, Outlook error message:
"None of the authentication methods supported by this client are supported by your server"
Testing with Thunderbird, error message:
"An error occurred while sending mail. The mail server responded: 5.7.0 Must issue a STARTTLS command first. Please verify that your email address is correct in your Mail preferences and try again."
It seems a "fresh" PPA requires STARTTLS on e-mail clients. It is furthermore confirmed that Thunderbird detects the e-mail server settings as dependant on TLS.
The problem is that TLS doesn't seem to work properly by default.
In order to preserve our existing customer base, we follow: [URL] ....
Bottom line, in your /etc/postfix/master.cf, change the line that says "submission" from this:
I started a migration from HELM3 to Plesk 11.5 for a client.After 12 hours it failed.the error log says ERROR:()Unable to download dump files to local store.
ERROR:()You were not connected because a duplicate name exists on the network. If joining a domain, go to System in Control Panel to change the computer name and try again. If joining a workgroup, choose another workgroup name no other server with this hostname or workgroup exists on our network?
I recently realized that domainkeys headers are not added to mail messages that are generated on our server. We are using MailEnable Enterprise 8.60 (upgraded on the Stardart edition, that is installed with Plesk).
I thought the problem could be related with this upgrade and created a new VM and tried that out. Installed Windows Server 2012 R2 Std, enabled DNS and IIS with ASP.NET versions, applied all updates, installed Plesk 12 and Upgraded to MailEnabled Enterprise. On the new server mails are going with the correct domainkeys headers.
Now I think that the problem was generated because of the Migration. On the old server Plesk 11.5 was installed and we didn't have any domainkeys issues. When we created our new server, with the same steps I wrote below, and migrated our backup to the new server, domainkeys headers weren't there anymore.
I couldn't find any documentation about this issue. Is there any commands to reset the settings related to domainkeys or may be it's a curruption in the psd database?
When I try to migrate from plesk 11.5 to Plesk 12.0 appears this error "Backup has wrong signature. Restoration prohibited" and migration is not performed . The Plesk 12.0 is a new installation in a new Windows 2012 R2 server.
After upgrading to plesk 12 over the weekend. None of my mail users can authenticate.I'm receiving quite a few error messages such as this for my ipmap users
authpsa: No such user 'email@example.com' in mail authorization database courier-imapd: LOGIN FAILED, firstname.lastname@example.org, ip=[::ffff:220.127.116.11]
I've tried running mchk --with-spam command. But it hangs at the mail_auth_dump for several hours. Checking the cpu on that command and it is sitting idle.I've tried running the mail_auth_dump.worker manually and no better luck. Still nothing on the screen just hangs as if it's asleep.
After a server migration, some critical Plesk settings were not copied across, even though the option to backup/restore panel configuration was used. e.g.
skeleton (vhosts.skel folder) php.ini (Program Files (x86)ParallelsPleskAdditionalPleskPHP5* folder) Default site (vhostsdefault folder) health config (Program Files (x86)ParallelsPleskadminconfcustom-health-config.xml) Additional Administrator accounts
Is there a way to get these things to backup and restore that I am doing wrong?
Are there other important settings/data that I have missed from that list? I am still paying to keep the old server in case I discover something else!
Using Plesk Backup & Restore for disaster recovery will lose these settings unless they take extra steps. e.g. I now have a simple batch file that copies these files to a private folder on one of the domains before the daily backup kicks in.
I'm migrating from Plesk 9.5 to 11 and I'm getting the following on my Transfer Pre-Check from within the Migration Manager."The destination DNS server does not support networks in the Transfer Restrictions Template, but some subscriptions have networks in DNS transfer restrictions. The records with network IP addresses in the DNS transfer restrictions will not be restored."
I've gone to Server, DNS Settings, Transfer Restriction Template and added the new server's IP to the list of allowed networks to no avail. I also couldn't find any documentation on what the cause might be.
We are migrating an existing multi-site Windows2003/IIS6 web hosting system with
CFusion8 MS Access backend databases SQL2000 backend databases http and https site access
Windows2012 R2/IIS8.5 with CFusion10 MS Access backend databases (not updated) SQL2014 databases http and https site access
On the new system we are looking to add Plesk12 to give users easier management of their own websites.I am about to install the trail version of Plesk12 WebHOST.I have the following questions:
1. Can we use the plesk migration tool to move the websites from the old IIS6 to the new IIS8.5 server? 2. If not, am I right to think we would migrate from IIS6 to IIS8.5 manually and then import these websites into Plesk12 from the new server? 3. Can I migrate the existing websites piecemeal over onto the new server and into the Plesk control panel at the same time as creating brand new websites under the control panel? 4. Once Plesk is installed on the new IIS server is there a KB article on how to add all these existing websites to Plesk - I could not find one. 5. Is the local windows administrator account used for the install used to run any services?
I am having some problems with the inbound smtp sockets, we are receiving a constant attack from spammers, and they are taking all the sockets we have open for our users. We have enable SPF, greylisting, inbound control access through authentication, relay access with authentication also. but after some weeks we are on the same situation yet. We have spam assasin also installed as power pack from plesk, and we have add DSN black list from b.barracudacentral.org, bl.mailspike.net and bl.spamcop.net but we still suffer from this problem.
We have also try to increase the socket assigned to 200 and after some minutes they used all again and the CPU change increase up to 25% of the total capacity.
I tried to configure windows live mail for an email account. Domain is hosted on a windows Plesk server. Incoming mail is working but unable to send outgoing mails.
Subject 'xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' Server Error: 503 Server Response: 503 This mail server requires authentication when attempting to send to a non-local e-mail address. Please check your mail client settings or contact your administrator to verify that the domain or address is defined for this server. Server: 'xxxxxxxxx.tld' Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x800CCC79 Protocol: SMTP Port: 25 Secure(SSL): No
Plesk Panel, 11.0.9, #61, Windows 2008 R2 SP1, x64
PROBLEM: With reports configured to send out to an email address local on the Windows server configured through PLESK, if local relay isn't enabled at 127.0.0.1 on the SmarterMail server, the reports are never delivered.
- server is [domainx].com - email to receive reports from PLESK is plesk444@[domainx].com -this email address is able to send and receive internally or externally to and from any client w/ SMTP auth enabled.
If SmarterMail is configured with SMTP Authentication Bypass for 127.0.0.1, we get the scheduled report emails as we should. Without the SMTP Authentication Bypass enabled, none of the clients or administrators get any reports or notifications at all.
QUESTION: How can I configure PLESK Panel 11 itself to use that SMTP Authentication to send those reports out? --is there a configuration file or registry value I can add or modify?
I have folders / files on my website that I want people to be able to access, but when I try to access them via a browser I get a login prompt, "Your not welcomed here", and a 401 Authorization Required page. How can I make it (using SSH or FTP) so that these files are viewable from the browser? My server is running Fedora.
I am trying to run a simple script which brings up a gnome terminal on the user's display. I have created a perl cgi script which calls a shell script using a system call. If I run the perl cgi script from the command line, it brings up the gnome terminal correctly. If I try running the perl cgi script via the Apache web server, I get the following error in /var/log/httpd/error_log:
I am running two separate SMTP virtual servers (with different access rules) -- with two separate drop folders.
default SMTP Virtual Server [assigned to 160] second SMTP VS [assigned to 161]
I want test1.com added to the default SMTP server and test2.com added to the second SMTP server. I have read that I must add these domains via the POP3 service. The problem is that adding domains via POP3 service will always add the domains to the DEFAULT SMTP server. I want test2.com added to the second SMTP server.
Is there a solution to this problem, or am I doing something wrong? Can xmail handle this scenario?
I am not using none of roles and features in windows 2008 but if i wish to use Its SMTP server I have to install IIS. is there any SMTP server or ondemad solution for sending email from J2EE application running on win 2008
I keep having tons of spams in the Drop folder of my Windows SMTP which I enable only for sending out forms. How do you normally stop this? I cant stop the SMTP as it is for forms usage. Relays are already set to my local IPs