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same here - huge increase in spam getting past spamassassin
Same here - over the past month I've noticed a huge increase in spam getting past...
Thank you. Ran into the same problem tonight (stable release when running buildapache did not include gd support even though gd box was checked.)...
Anyone have any ideas?
Figured it out - had to manually login to the old-domain.com's cpanel and delete the cpanel-created subdomains that cpanel automatically created...
Changed an IP based site to a Namebased site in hopes of re-using the IP address for a new site that needs a cert.
However, the IP that should...
Just encountered this as well tonight - adding squirrelmail* to the up2date skiplist #20 and running up2date solved it for me as well and named is...
cpanel uses bugzilla for both "bugs" and "feature requests"
Hope x will still remain supported. I don't think the new style is bad, but I personally definitely prefer the look of x over the new forum skin.
Done - thanks for the tip:
pkgacct currently sends a huge email each time it does a backup with hundreds of lines of copying, grabbing, and storing... done. I'm glad to get...
How come the forum no longer matches the cpanel site?
I'm not going to argue the aesthetic merits of one skin vs. another, but it seems to me...
Adding your own server IP's to the recursion-allowed list will allow you to send mail to anywhere as before.
I placed the acl definitions right above my options sections and do not have a problem.
That's the only thing I see different between yours and mine - I did not restrict queries - only transfer, notify, and recursive
I used the above code in /etc/named.conf (without the quotes in the acl section)
Thank you very very much. Works like a charm and is a nice and neat solution. Many thanks.
So what is the correct way to turn off recursion without breaking anything on a whm/cpanel server?
Is this the correct thing to add to the...
DNS report reports:
Open DNS servers
ERROR: One or more of your nameservers reports that it is an open DNS...
Never mind. A gold old /scripts/upcp --force cured the problem (combined with then rebuilding apache/php again.)
When doing /scripts/installgd I get:
Which I believe is a big part of the problem. How do I solve this?