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Upgrading to Parallels Plesk Panel on Your Server

If you previously purchased your server without a control panel, you can purchase the upgrade to Parallels Plesk Panel and reprovision your server with Parallels Plesk Panel installed.
WARNING: Upgrading to a control panel requires that your server be reprovisioned and the operating system reloaded. Reprovisioning erases all of the content [...]

What is Parallels Plesk Panel?

cPanel is a control panel available on our Windows-based hosting accounts and servers. It lets you easily manage many aspects of your account, including the files, applications, and (for servers) email hosted on your account or server.

For more information about Plesk, visit its official website at [...]

Configuring DNS for Your Plesk Domain

Plesk servers (both shared and on servers) lets you host a website for your domain names. To establish the connection between the domain name and your cPanel account, you need to change the domain name’s DNS (What is DNS?).

For shared hosting customers with domains in the same account as their [...]

Adding New Domain Names to Your Plesk Account

Plesk lets you add new domains to your hosting account so you can host multiple websites.

NOTE: This feature is not available to Economy Plesk shared hosting accounts (more info).

If you don’t want to add a new domain name with its own website, you can also add domain aliases (more info) [...]

Accessing Your Parallels Plesk Panel Webmail

If you have Webmail enabled in Parallels Plesk Panel, you can access your email at:
http://webmail.coolexample.com
Where “coolexample.com” is the name of your domain.
Sign into your account using the user name and password you set up in Plesk or provided to you by your administrator. [...]

Accessing MySQL Using SSH with Plesk Installed

To Access MySQL Using SSH with Plesk installed

Connect to your server via SSH (more info).
Switch to the root user (more info).
Run the following command:
mysql -uadmin -p`cat /etc/psa/.psa.shadow`

If you need to [...]

How do I rebuild qmail's queue if it is damaged or consists of a lot of spam messages?

Some of the information in this article is advanced material we make available as a courtesy. Please be advised that you are responsible for properly following the procedures below. Customer Support cannot assist with these topics.

You can recreate qmail’s queue, but all current messages will be removed from the queue [...]

Recovering Your Parallels Plesk Panel Password on a Linux Server

If you forget your Parallels Plesk Panel password, you can recover it on your Linux dedicated server.
To Recover Your Parallels Plesk Panel 10.1 and older Password on a Linux Server

Connect to your server via SSH (more info).
Switch to the root user (more [...]

Viewing Messages in Your Qmail Queue

Some of the information in this article is advanced material we make available as a courtesy. Please be advised that you are responsible for properly following the procedures below. Customer Support cannot assist with these topics.

You can view messages in the Qmail email queue.

To View Messages in the Email Queue

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Disabling Recursive DNS in the Parallels Plesk Panel

Using Parallels Plesk Panel you can disable recursive DNS.

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