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The larger problem (than piping the email into php) is allowing php to then send the email without again piping it back into php. If you were using postfix, you could configure postfix to pipe to php and then allow php to send back into postfix without creating a loop - but that would require manually tweaking the config. Similarly, if you were using ...


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Gigabit will be fine. The bigger concern is the NFS mount itself. cPanel support will say this is not supported, however in the field this is a fairly common practice with the backup directory. The home directory is a bit more of a concern. The reason for this is that when a visitor requests a file, your server will then need to request that from the ...


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The problem was about apache. The apache needed to be update and reinstall from WHM/Software.


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It is a file permissions/ownership issue. You ran a script to change the permissions (and ownership - look at what the script actually does) of the files served up by your webserver. After doing so, your webserver will no longer serve up those files. Now, you actually need to fix the permissions back after your "permission fix" script broke them. Do note ...


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Although discouraged in RFC 7208, you can use wildcard subdomains to define SPF records. But if any of the sub-domains you want to prevent mail for have existing resource records of any type (which is probably the only reason you'd want to do this), you would need to explicitly define the SPF record for that sub-domain anyway. The example from the RFC: ...


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You should definitely look at CloudLinux project, namely at PHP selector feature. Alternatively, you can install additional PHP manually on the server, but you should have strong knowledge on how to do it on a cPanel-based server. In such case you will need to manually set required PHP interpreter (of required version) for each site. In general, with help ...


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I realise this is an old post, so this answer is more for anyone who has the same issue in the future. It looks like you are editing the wrong dns server. Likely this is because you haven't delegated the dns from your registrar to your cpanel instance (which isn't something I would recommend anyway). The solution here would be to place the cname in your ...


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You should realy change the url within exchange. For exchange 2013 [PS] c:\windows\system32>Set-ClientAccessServer -Identity MBG-MAIL -AutoDiscoverServiceInternalUri https://autodiscover.contoso.com/Autodiscover/Autodiscover.xml To view the changes type following command in Exchange Management Shell. [PS] c:\windows\system32>Get-ClientAccessServer | FL ...


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i don't think a 301 redirect would solve your problem , because it just tells outlook to make another request to second url which it already does , outlook has to send all credentials again in second request. what can be helpful though is to proxy the request , so instead of outlook making 2 requests its request to https://contoso.com will be passed to ...


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One of your problems is your Regex: You are not escaping your dot. That means it will be taken as "any character" instead of just a dot. Instead of ^(www.)?domain.tld$ you will need to have ^(www\.)?domain\.tld$



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