Separate names with a comma.
Remote IP's are not stored in file but the MySQL database itself. You should be familiar with MySQL queries to grant remote access.
Re: [a fatal error or timeout occurred while processing this directive]Updating ftp passwords for us
I am not sure weather it will work or...
First of all enable "Reference /etc/mailips for outgoing SMTP connections" in WHM >> Exim Configuration Manager
Then edit /etc/mailips and...
Alternative Option : You can write script to update IP's in /etc/mailips file. Then set it up as cron to update it every 1 minute.
I think all above modules are already available in EasyApache. Run easyapache and select all those modules
WHM >> Tweak Settings >> "Redirection" tab >> change the "SSL redirect destination" and other settings.
I will suggest you to take a look at this plugin from configserver. You can setup hourly email limit per domain.
ConfigServer Mail Manage
Is there an innodb issue with your database? Are you deleting the innodb files and then restarting mysql? You can take a look at below url's for...
WHM >> Exim Configuration Manager (under service configuration) here you will find the option to disable sender verification.
If you rebuilt the Apache then I don't think the http binary is corrupt. The issue may be with either the apache configuration files, .htaccess in...
You should check the mysql logs /var/lib/mysql/hostname.err for the exact reason.
Both permissions and ownership of public_html are correct.
Apache does run under nobody. The php process created under it will run under their...
You will have to edit DNS of domain.nl to make it work ( WHM >> edit dns). Also you will have to update the IP's at domain registrar end.
You can enter mysql prompt and try to repair the table
If you have enabled the permalinks ( Using Permalinks « WordPress Codex ) then make sure that you have put proper rules in .htaccess
You should enable exim extended logging. It will generate detailed report in the exim logs. After that you can try again and check the logs.
There is FTP connection issue between your server and backup server. Is the FTP service running on backup server? Also open the port 21 in firewall.
Those are core apache process and it will run under nobody only. The php sub-process will run under their respective user if your php handler is...
/etc/nameserverips is a text file. You can edit it using editors like pico or vi. Also changing ip here is of no use. You should edit the dns.
Create a phpinfo file and check which php.ini is loaded. It may not be loading server php.ini when accessed via web.