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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by JonMarkGo, May 30, 2007.

  1. JonMarkGo

    JonMarkGo Active Member

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    Has anyone used the configserver.com cPanel Service Package + MailScanner package? If so, what do you think of it? Is it worth the $125?
     
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    Its Brilliant :)
     
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    Yes sure. (and a donation afterward to support the cause might be in good taste) :p

    He's got lots of great scripts there many are free. And should be used, IMHO.
     
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    Great value for money. Plus they can help with other pesky issues that popup every now and then. Used them on our companies server for two years now.
     
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    Without a doubt! I had the original install done by them, and they even did an upgrade later for a feature that was not in the original package. Best money I ever spent!

    The donations afterwards were worth it also as they do continuous upgrades and have never asked for a cent for their downloadable updates. Sarah and Jonathan have answered several questions I had, and were quite prompt with the replies...even on the weekend. Great people and great software.

    Ron
     
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    Well worth the money !
     
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    Yes it's worth the money. You won't be dissapointed.
     
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    Well worth the money. Great support and excellent service!
     
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    Well worth it IMHO.
     
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    Agree with everyone else completely.
     
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    Absolutely worth it; one of the best out there. The money is very well spent; it'll save you a lot of money fixing problems later on - mostly, you just won't have them in the first place!
     
  12. JonMarkGo

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    Well I bought it, had it installed. All went fine and dandy. Now I can't connect from thunderbird to send mail from the server. Any suggestions? (port 25 smtp)
     
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    He has forums for his products at his website, and also, I've found his support pretty good.

    Are you sure you are able to use port 25 for smtp? I use 26.
     
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    Excellent piece of software
     
  15. brianoz

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    Most ISPs block port 25. If port 25 was working before the Configserver stuff was installed, it should still be working. Was it set up before Configserver did their work or after? As someone said above, normally you'd allow port 26 and use that for sending email. Port 26 works more portably too.
     
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    :)

    I just use the mailscanner service cause Ive already secured the server its well worth the money just for the mailscanner service you wont be disappointed
     
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    You might want to go for CSF too. Once installed click the option to check server security with notes. I'm sure it will help.
     
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    Mailscanner ok, but cPanel is necesary ?

    I have been using Mailscanner for last month's and everything work well, but It increase the server load.
    I wonder if I can adjunst something to decrease the server load ?

    Also say that ConfigServer also install many thing in the cPanel job, but I have some questions:
    - Are they necesary ?
    - They increase server load ?
    - It's a good option ?
    - how usefull are they (my vps provider has an excelent job and never had problem that they couldnt correct in less than one hour) ?
     
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    Configserver and Mailscanner

    I've used his services twice to secure my webservers, and would do so again.
    His services and staff are timely, accurate and very professional. The products he produces are likewise excellent.
    The price is an excellent deal for the work he performs, and I've made subsequent donations to help further his good works.

    Happy customer.
     
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    ok, but you didnt answer !!

    As I already say, my vps provider is excelent but they only give support in the basic software (cPanel, mysql, spamassassin, exim, etc).
    If I install external software they can't give support on that new software.

    Why spamassassin didnt catch all the spam I need to install an external software and I decice to use MailScanner (and I very happy), but server load is a problem.

    The other cPanel software (firewal for example) are usefull ? What about load ?
     
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