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install PowerMTA on cpanel

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by morteza3245, May 4, 2014.

  1. morteza3245

    morteza3245 Well-Known Member

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    Hello
    how we can install PowerMTA on Cpanel?

    Thanks.
     
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    You can't - at least not in a way that can be described in a forum post. This is essentially an Exim replacement. I'd recommend installing this on a separate server and routing your email traffic through it, like you would a smart host.
     
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    ok, and really PowerMTA can send emails to Inbox better than of Exim?
     
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    It looks like someone's been reading PowerMTA's marketing page.

    I wouldn't say that PowerMTA's is any more capable of ensuring mail delivery than Exim. The features of PowerMTA that its claims relay upon (DKIM, SPF, IP per domain, etc) are also supported by Exim and specifically integrated by cPanel. So with the proper setup of either, I fail to see the difference between the two or how using PowerMTA over Exim is going to drastically change anything for you. This is just my opinion as an admin, I'm sure others here may feel differently and can chime in.

    I wrote someone up a while ago that might help you if you're having problems with deliverability:

    10 Tips for Improving Email Delivery :: The cPanel Admin
     
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