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About Annie

I’ve been working in Technical Section for over 10 years in a wide range of tech jobs from Tech Support to Software Testing. I started writing blog for my future reference and useful for all.

How to View Your PHP Version in cPanel

Login to your cPanel. On the left bottom, click the “Expand Stats” link. You will then see “Server Information” link, click on that. Now you can see version of PHP your server is running. View PHP Version Using PHP Script


How to change email passwords in Cpanel

1. To change your email password, login to cpanel control panel of your web site. 2. In the “Email” section, click on “Accounts“. 3. Next to the email account you want to click on “Change Password“. 4. Enter the new


MySQL Database not showing in PHPMyAdmin

Today i face a problem with mysql database missing in PHPMyAdmin. I fixed this issue by assign ownership of databases and database users to a cPanel user. Enter database username and database name then click Submit Query button. Now the


How to Change Hourly Email Limit in WHM

Loginto WHM Control Panel. Go to Home >> Server Configuration >> Tweak Settings Select the Max hourly emails per domain setting’s text box. Enter the value that you wish to set as the server-wide limit for every domain. Click Save.


Spam Problem on Server30

We got following spam mail report from Server Provider. I checked mail queue and disbaled blossombuilders.com’s mail box. Again we got same issue with some other domains and fixed by disabling mailbox. Before activating these account i have reseted Control


Account doesn’t exist error in cpanel

When i trying to change email password in cpanel, i got the error message “account doesn’t exist” First I checked disk quota of this cpanel account and it was exceeded the limit. Problem fixed by upgrading disk quota of this


cPanel Version Change is Blocked

I’ve recevied cPanel update error messages from server. On most cPanel servers, /usr partition to often be the problem. So check out these directories for large files: /usr/local/apache/logs/archive /usr/local/cpanel/logs/archive These are two errors were large logs build up. I’ve fixed


Disable localhost relay Mail

We can disable the local relay message by set following: (1) Make sure the AntiRelay is Enable(Un-tick) >> Go to WHM >> Service Manager >> Antirelayd >> (make sure its Un-tick) (2) Navigate to WHM >> Main >> Tweak Settings


How to perform a WHOIS search in CentOS

To instal whois run following command. You can use the whois command as follows: This command will output the following result: stefin@fwhwin:~ $


Cannot receive emails

There are number of reasons that may cause you can not able to read emails. The most common reasons are: * Username is incorrent. Most email clients only suggest the first part of the email address (user instead of user@yourdomain.com)