Tag: cPanel

How To Setup Email On Your Android Phone (Samsung, Pixel, One Plus)

Not sure how to setup email on your new android phone? follow the guide below and add a new email account to your android device. If you haven’t done already, it’s advised that you create an account in cPanel before you begin. You can find out more information on creating an account in cPanel here. […]

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How To Enable Debugging Mode In WordPress To View Errors In WP-Config

Are you experiencing unknown errors or bugs with your WordPress site? If the answer is yes then now may be the time to set up WordPress error logs in the wp-config file. The wp-config file controls not only your settings but is also a powerful debugging tool. This tool can help you find any errors […]

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How To Block IP Addresses In WordPress

IP Address blocking is a security measure that prevents a connection between a specific or group of IP addresses and a mail, web or Internet server. This is usually done to ban or block any undesirable sites and hosts from entering the server or node and causing harm to a network of individual computers. IP […]

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How To Use The SMTP Server To Send WordPress Emails

Are you having trouble receiving or sending emails from your WordPress site? One solution for that is to use a third-party email service, however, these services will cost you extra money. In this article, we will show you how to use an SMTP server to send WordPress emails instead.   Using Email Accounts With Your Host […]

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How To Work With Mailing Lists In The cPanel Interface

Mailing Lists allow you to send mail to multiple addresses all at once. cPanel comes equipped with the Mailman software which will help you set up and configure your mailing lists. For a full walk-through on how to set up a mailing list with cPanel, watch the video tutorial below. For more WordPress related content […]

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Add extra security to your WordPress Admin directory

Recently there has been a spate of distributed brute force attempts against WordPress websites. The way this works is, a network of “drones” attempt to log into your WordPress website using common usernames and passwords. If you have an obscure username/password combination, you’re most likely safe from this type of attack, but why take the […]

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Let Google handle your email by changing your MX records.

If, like many of our clients, you like the convenience of receiving all of your emails over at gmail.com, you may well have signed up for Google Apps, and wish to use Gmail to get your “yourname@yourdomain.com” emails. In order to do so, Google tells you that you must update your MX servers at your host, our […]

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