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This tutorial will provide instructions on how to migrate a WordPress site from any other server or a local installation to a new cPanel & WHM server. Even if you’re not switching hosting plans, this can be useful if you’re developing a website on a different server from the production server.

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WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems (CMS) currently. However, it does require regular updates to ensure full functionality and best performance. When performing updates, it's always recommended to have a separate clone of the site in a staging environment to test patches and updates for compatibility with your site and plugins.

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Installing NGINX on your cPanel server allows your webserver to increase server security, server performance, load balancing, and cache content. Hence, NGINX translates into faster websites and better experiences for end users.

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Having access to an easy-to-use control panel is important to troubleshoot or repair your site easily. Without a control panel or user interface (UI), it can be more complex to run the day-to-day tasks. With loads of useful features in cPanel, users run everyday necessary functions from the menu in the control panel.

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How to Mass Create cPanel Accounts

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cPanel is one of the top contenders when it comes to control panels for production servers. This software is not mandatory, but it makes a huge difference when interacting with a server, providing a graphical interface, simplifying complex tasks, and automating processes. One of its core functions is creating a hosting account to which the user will be confined, giving the master user the option of limiting its resource consumption and system permissions, among other functions.

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What is cPanel?

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The name cPanel is short for Control Panel and was developed by cPanel, LLC. cPanel is a web hosting control panel that lets you manage your domains and their files from a graphical user interface (GUI) and controls emails, databases, FTP (file transfer protocol), metrics, and much more.  In short, it lets you interact with different system services that your website needs to operate in an uncomplicated and user-friendly way that everyone can understand. 

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Filter Spam Email

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Email. We all use it, and we all have spam issues from time to time. Whether you use Gmail, Outlook, Hotmail, Apple Mail, or another type of webmail software, spam is an annoyance that robs us of precious time that should be made available for more worthwhile pursuits. This article will demonstrate multiple methods for filtering out a significant portion of bothersome and inconvenient spam from our inbox.

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In part one of How to Troubleshoot SMTP Errors, we reviewed email status codes, internal reasons for email issues, and troubleshooting steps to address those issues. In part two of this series, we will examine some of the external reasons for email issues. 

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What is SMTP?

The Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is a communication protocol used to transmit email between corresponding email servers. Using an email client like Mac Mail, Outlook, Thunderbird, or web clients like Gmail or Windows Live, SMTP can send messages to an email server. Although SMTP was initially designed as an email transport and delivery system, it later encompassed the email submission protocols that are now in use by both the Post Office Protocol (POP) and the Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP). The above-noted email clients use these protocols to retrieve email from an email server. When this system fails, it provides the means to identify and resolve SMTP errors.

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