Separate names with a comma.
Sorry, I guess I've skipped the first post ;)
1) Add your domain as a main cpanel domain name.
2) Declare nameservers properly in your DNS zone in cpanel.
3) Register those nameservers with...
... or even, reinstall mod_rewrite?
blue|fusion is right ->> WHM >> Server Configuration >> Tweak Settings, section Mail.
huh, sorry for late reply... make sure that crontab service is in server startup list:
chkconfig --list crond
if it's not there, let me...
Actually, you should be able to disable those through your WHM >> Server Configuration >> Tweak Settings, section Mail.
... or, APF from http://www.rfxnetworks.com/apf.php, pretty straight-forward installation, and after you do it, just issue a /etc/apf/apf -d IP...
Not that I'm aware of :)
Perhaps your httpd.conf file is back to default for some reason? Check if it's not containing your site(s) records, and roll to a backup...
create a file called php.ini in a public_html directory for that account, and add a value like this:
It should work..
You're welcome ;)
Or you can do it with the default text editor - vi (if pico is not installed on your server)...
vi file - opens a file
Try disabling Versioning in PHP, it gave me a headache few times..
Try rebuilding IP address pool and then check the IP address usage..
Try restarting your crontab service:
It should do the trick.
EDIT: After that, try running...
Files look valid tbh :)
Do you have a VPS or a dedicated server? If it's a VPS, it can be due to a broken template...
A few options:
1) Make sure that all exim logs are located in /var/log/ directory with proper permissions and ownership
2) Make sure that the...