This interface allows you to configure how the system routes a domain's incoming mail.
This interface allows you create, store, and manage GnuPG keys.
Error pages inform visitors about problems when they attempt to access your site.
The interface displays up to 300 of the most recent entries in your web server's error logs, in reverse chronological order.
The File and Directory Restoration interface allows you to restore items from local backup sources.
Use the File Manager interface to manage and edit your files.
This interface allows you to configure an email address to forward copies of incoming emails to another address.
You can use this interface to create and manage your website's File Transfer Protocol (FTP) accounts.
This interface displays information about current connections to your FTP server and allows you to terminate those connections.
Gitweb allows you to browse, view, and review your repositories from within a simple interface.
This feature allows you to easily host Git repositories on your cPanel account.
This interface allows you to configure how your server filters all of the email that your domains' email accounts receive.
A hotlink occurs when someone embeds content from your site in another site and uses your bandwidth to serve the files. You can use this interface to prevent this issue.
This article provides instructions to set up a cPanel email account on an iOS® or Android™ device.
The HTML Editor interface allows you to easily edit your HTML documents from the File Manager interface.
The Images interface allows you to modify and manage images that you saved to your account.
Use the Indexes interface to define how the server displays a specific directory's index to a visitor, or to disable index display for a directory.
The IP Blocker interface allows you to block access to your site for one or more IP addresses or fully qualified domain names (FQDNs).
The Leech Protection interface allows you to detect unusual levels of activity in password-restricted directories.
Mailing lists allow you to use a single address to send mail to multiple email addresses.