Find and delete files greater than a given size from the Linux command line

The find command available in GNU/Linux shells is a versatile tool for finding files matching the given conditions in a folder and performing a specific action on the files found. The following command will find all files greater than 1M size in your current folder and ask you if you would like to delete the[…]

How to change WordPress default email’s From name and address

You are probably reading this post because have already noticed, that every time someone submitted a comment on your blog, signed up as a user or did anything that required WordPress to generate and send an email, by default the “From Name” in that message appeared as “WordPress” and “From” address was “wordpress@your-domain.com”. If this[…]

Email setup tutorials

Popular email software setup tutorials The settings used to connect to our email servers are the same for all types of email software. If the support article for the software you use is not listed below, we recommend searching the Internet for assistance on how to use that particular software or device. Once you know[…]

How to Add an email account on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

Note: As a courtesy to our customers, we provide online tutorials on how to configure various email software. Our staff however are not able to provide support on how to use your iPhone or iPad. For further assistance in using Mail on your iPhone or iPad, see Apple’s Mail support pages. Add an email account[…]

How to Set a Firewall on cPanel & WHM’s Services

CSF (ConfigServer Security & Firewall) ConfigServer provides the free WHM plugin CSF, which allows you to modify your iptables rules within WHM. It is a stateful packet inspection (SPI) firewall, login and intrusion detection mechanism, and general security application for Linux servers. Important: We do not recommend that you use these examples. Instead, make certain[…]