Separate names with a comma.
Putting a page under
/home/reseller/cpanel3-skel/public_html should do ( I think - not sure though ).
As far as I know, the second is wrong. You should be able to register domains without actually adding them to name servers.
Can't say without actually looking at the server.
Usually, I edit from backend using some editor. Juz tried from cpanel and that works too.
yes - they do work. I have tested a few rules like setting the required hits and score for html messages and like.
single dot (.) is your current directory and
double dot (..) is the parent directory
so giving .* includes .. also. Better method to include...
no use - all scripts under /scripts will be overwritten on the next cp upgrade
Not sure, but I think cpanel is trying to update (reinstall) the rpm packages already installed in server. If you are not using the rpm bind, you...
What does the exim logs (on web server) say when you send mail from it.
See my posts here http://forums.cpanel.net/showthread.php?t=35051
MX pointing to exchange and exchange.domain.com. are the same. If you just say exchange (without dot at the end), current $ORIGIN will be...
try service crond restart
Yes. That has the additional advantage that logs wont go much larger in size and cause the stats programs (awstats, webalizer, analog etc) to...
~user/.spamassassin/user_prefs should do. This is *not* exim's ruleset. Its spamassassin's. No need to restart exim after you modify this.
Better option is to use the whm's feature of clearing the logs after stats update each day. In the other case where you clear it using some...
rpm --setperms -a or
rpm --setugids -a
sets all the files/folders ownership, permission and modes to their default. Now, for your home directory...
Juz posted a trouble ticket for the same.
cPanel.net Support Ticket Number: 40090
we have the same problem on an Enterprise machine. Mails get delivered to domains like yahoo, hotmail etc but not all others.
Lot of them...
ln -s /dev/null /home/username/mail/inbox
Go read the install instructions :-\