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How to run Python scripts in cPanel

In this article, I describes about creating a Python test script via cPanel. You can follow below steps to do this. 1. Log in to your cPanel Control Panel 2. Click on ‘File Manager‘ under ‘FILES‘ section. Python script can

How to display inode usage in cPanel

Every time a file is opened, the file’s inode is read by the kernel of the server. The more files/folders you have, the more inodes you use. And the more inodes you use, the more system resources your account consumes. We

How to upload a file using cPanel’s File Manager

You can easily upload files to your site using an option File Manager in cPanel. The steps to be followed are: 1) Login to cPanel Using Login credentials, If you do not know Login credentials please contact hosting support term.

How to manage Email Disk Usage in cPanel

Login to your cPanel. In the Email section click Email Disk Usage button Use the Account dropdown menu to select the email account you wish to manage. Mailboxes will be listed below. To delete emails, click on Manage for the

How to Enable Database Backups in WHMCS

1) Login to WHMCS admin panel. 2) Click on the tab Setup. 3) Go to Others >> Database Backups. 4) In this section, we can configure Daily Email Backup or FTP Backup. Both methods can be enabled to run simultaneously.

How To Setup Remote MySQL Connections With cPanel

Login to your cPanel. In the Databases section, click Remote MySQL. In the Host field, enter the IP address from where you want to access your databases. Click the Add Host button. You will then see a message stating the

How to create email account in cPanel

1. Log in to your cPanel > EMAIL section > Email Accounts menu: 2. On the next page, fill out the form for new e-mail accounts. Enter the first portion of the e-mail address. Enter the password for the e-mail

How To Create A MySQL Database In cPanel

Today i’m going to show you how to create MySQL Database In cPanel 1. First login to cPanel account, If you don’t have login details please contact your hosting provider. 2. In the Databases section, click on the MySQL Database

How to configure Apache SpamAssassin in cPanel

Apache SpamAssassin is an email utility that examines incoming email and tests for spam characteristics. To enable Apache SpamAssassin, follow below steps: In cPanel, go to EMAIL > Spam Filters > Process New Emails and Mark them as Spam: Once

How to create a Global Email Filter in cPanel

Today I’m going to explain how to create a Global Email Filter in cPanel 1. First Login to your cPanel account. 2. In the Email section, click on the Global Email Filters Icon. 3. Click on the Create a New