This feature allows you to adjust several of the Apache® web server's advanced features.
This interface uses the server authentication details in your ticket to automatically provide cPanel Technical Support with SSH access to your server.
This interface allows you to configure Greylisting, a service that protects your server against unwanted email or spam.
Use this interface to allow, reject, or drop access to services for specific IP addresses.
Demo accounts allow users, such as potential customers, to navigate the features of cPanel & WHM.
This document lists methods that you can use to transfer accounts and configurations between cPanel & WHM servers.
This interface allows you to add other configuration files to your Apache configuration file (httpd.conf) through Apache's Include directive.
The Initial Quota Setup interface scans your server to confirm that it uses disk space quotas on the directories in which your cPanel users store their files.
This interface installs Perl modules to the system's Perl installation.
RPM® (RPM Package Manager) refers to a software format, the software that the RPM package contains, and the package management system.
Use this interface to install an SSL certificate on a domain, subdomain, or addon domain.
This interface allows you to install software packages via the package-management system.
This interface allows you to change the allotted bandwidth for an account.
This interface allows you to create linkages from this server to another server.
This interface lists information about the server's parked domains.
This interface displays a list of subdomains.
This feature lists your server's suspended accounts and allows you to unsuspend or terminate an account.
This interface allows you to select Apache log files for the cpanellogd daemon to compress and archive.
This interface allows you to search for emails that users on your system sent and received.
The Mail Queue Manager allows you to view, delete, and attempt to deliver queued messages that the system has not yet delivered to their destinations.