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Web Host Manager is the administrator interface of cPanel control Panel. With our step by step guides and WHM tutorials, you will learn how to manage, tweak, and increase the security and performance of your WHM server.

How to Convert Addon Domains to cPanel Accounts

Since version 58.x, cPanel introduced a cool script that allows you to convert Addon Domains to cPanel Accounts. After converting an addon domain into a separate stand-alone cPanel account, you’ll have full control over your new domain and its resources, such as MySQL databases, FTP accounts, Email accounts, and more. Addon Domains vs Independent Domain Hosting (cPanel accounts) Why…

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SMTP AUTH is required for message submission on port 587 – Error and Fix

If you are getting this error message on some of your Email forms via PHP, there is a chance your script is not working with secure authentication via SMTP. SMTP AUTH is required for message submission on port 587 That’s one of the ways to prevent spam issues on your server. However, if you can’t update your code and need…

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How to: Install PHP Phalcon on cPanel servers using EasyApache

Phalcon a high performance mvc, robust and multi-functional PHP framework written as a C-extension. As any other extension, it’s compatible with Apache web server. On cPanel servers it can’t be installed in a native way, however there is an EasyApache 4 addon ready so you can install PHP Phalcon on cPanel servers without any issues. Phalcon Features Low-level architecture C-extensions…

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Move accounts from /home to /home2 on cPanel

Sometimes the available disk space on the root or /home partition can be at the limit, and on those cases you will need to delete old content, old backups or move accounts/domains from /home to another partition with more available disk space. How can I move accounts from /home to /home2 or another partition? On WHM there is…

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How to Install Perl modules on cPanel

Install Perl modules on cPanel from command line Sometimes system tools and apps require Perl modules to work, and if you are installing those apps on a cPanel server then you have an easy way to install Perl modules. It’s as simple as running this command: /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/perl/514/bin/cpan -i Module::Name The -i option indicates that you wish yo install…

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