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How to start using Business Email and Enterprise Email (Flockmail)?

All you need to do is to go to DNS Zone of your domain and add the following MX records:
And these TXT records: 
v=spf1 ~all


Cara Install aaPanel Hosting Control Panel

Cara Install aaPanel Linux Panel

aaPanel adalah perangkat lunak control panel web hosting, mendukung distribusi Linux CentOS, Ubuntu, dan Debian. aaPanel menggunakan web server stack LAMP (Linux Apache MariaDB PHP) atau LNMP (Linux Nginx MariaDB PHP). aaPanel memakai lisensi open source dan bisa didapatkan dengan gratis.

0. Install aaPanel

Install aaPanel di distro Linux (CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian) yang masih kosong, belum terpasang aplikasi server LAMP/LNMP.

Scheduled backups in cPanel and Plesk

Creating backups is a very important task for every server administrator. A loss of data often occurs suddenly without a warning. It is possible to create backups manually, but we would recommend to configure automatic backups. The steps below were tested by us, but you should always check yourself if the backups are still running from time to time and if it is possible to restore the required data from it! A backup should be stored outside of the system. In the examples below we are using the Contabo Backup Space. You can order it additionally to your server.

Scheduled backups in cPanel

To configure automatic backups in cPanel, please go to WHM > Backup > Backup configuration. At first you have to set the tick at "Enable Backups". Then we would recommend to set the backup to "compressed". With incremental backups, you can not save to FTP in cPanel. The other global settings should be left the way they are.

Colocation – a Home for Your Hardware

One of the various business branches at Web Hosting is the provision of colocation space. In our high-tech data centers, located in Southern Germany, we offer the option of housing our clients' own hardware at a very reasonable price. Regardless of tower server, 19“ rack server, switches, firewall or external backup device, our clients are offered a low cost option to rent space and allocate power usage and bandwidth modularly as they need. Such a colocation subscription not only eliminates the burden from our clients to care for security and adequate climate conditions in their office or private environment but also takes the responsibility off their shoulders to care for an uninterrupted 24 hour availability.
Thanks to our well arranged website, it is pretty simple to configure a matching plan individually. At first it appears to be necessary to consider the exact requirements for the colocation space. Our support team will happily assist in doing so. It is required to determine in advance the number of housing modules, by regarding the dimensions of the hardware, the needed uplinks, and a matching power usage option. Nearly each and every configuration can be chosen by this convenient and user friendly tool on our homepage.

Installation of a graphical user interface for Your VPS Linux

All Linux-Server operating systems are installed by default without a graphical user interface (GUI). A GUI on a dedicated server can only be accessed if a KVM is connected.
This tutorial will guide you through an easy installation process of the two most common GUIs for Ubuntu, Debian and CentOS.
Please note that you will always have to create an additional user for your GUI login, since a login as root is not possible.
In order to access your GUI, you need to use your VPS VNC connection, or access your dedicated server via KVM. KVM access has to be ordered additionally for our dedicated servers, it is not included by default.
Also please be informed that VNC is NOT an encrypted connection method. We recommend to use xRDP if you plan on using your sevrer exclusively with a GUI.
Ubuntu 16.04 / 18.04
Please connect to your server as root via SSH.
Create a new user for your GUI login and set a password:
useradd -m NewUserName && passwd NewUserName
Now you can install the Ubuntu-Dekstop GUI with the following command (the server will fetch updates, install the GUI, and reboot automatically):
apt update && apt upgrade -y && apt install ubuntu-desktop -y && init 6