There are three steps to setting up DNS for websites hosted on your Dedicated or Virtual Private Server (VPS) using Plesk 11.x:
Add your domain name to the Parallels Plesk Panel.
Create and register two domain hosts.
Assign your nameservers to your registered domain name.
Step 1 — Adding Your Domain [...]
You can set up a mailing list in Plesk to send emails to your customers.
Using Parallels Plesk Panel 7.x, 8.x, and 9.x
Follow these procedures to add mailing lists in your Plesk Panel 7.x, 8.x, and 9.x.
To Add Mailing Lists in Parallels Plesk Panel 7.x, 8.x, 9.x
After your certificate is issued, download your certificate and use these steps to install the certificate on your Paralleles Plesk Panel Web server.
This guide will help you to get started with your Linux Dedicated Server running Parallels Plesk Panel 11 as your hosting control panel.
Domains expire by default 1 year from expiration
You can add more features to your server running Parallels Plesk Panel by adding Plesk Packs to your server.
You can change the amount of idle time Parallels Plesk Panel® allows before logging you out.
To Change the Login Lock Time for Your Parallels Plesk Panel
Open a Web browser and navigate to: https://[[ipaddress]]:8443/. You can find your IP address in the Control Panel in your hosting [...]
If you need to use the mailing lists in Plesk you first need to enable Mailman or the Mailing Lists Manager. Mailman is not enabled until you create a mailing list. For more information about creating mailing lists, see Adding a Mailing List in Parallels Plesk Panel.
Plesk does not [...]
Installing and activating Tomcat on your Linux server with Plesk installed.
Some of the information in this article is advanced material we make available as a courtesy. Remember, you are responsible for properly following the procedures below. Customer Support cannot assist with these topics.
Parallels Plesk Panelconfigures the httpd.include file for each domain for overall site security. As such, it enables the [...]