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How to View and Delete mail messages in Queue-WHM
1) Login to WHM.
2) Select Email--> Mail Queue Manager.
3) To delete a single Email from the queue, click on the “Delete” button in front of that mail.
4) To delete all the mails in the queue, click on Delete all messages in Queue”.
5) To deliver the mail, click on deliver now.
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How to send mass mail from WHM
One need to perform below mentioned steps to send mass email to the entire hosted domains owner on that server:

1) Login into WHM.
2) Click on email all users from account functions section.
3) Apply require details as mentioned below:

* From Name:
* From Email:
* Subject:
* Email Contents:

4) Select checkbox against ‘Send Email to Reseller's Customers as well’ to send email to the customers of the reseller accounts.
5) Click on send button to send the mass mail.
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How to view mail statistics in WHM
1) Login to Web Host Manager.
2) Click on Icon “Email”.
3) Click on “View Mail Statistics”.
4) Click on “Grand Total Summary”.
5) This option will show all the statistics of mail delivery status.
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E-mail Alert on Root SSH Login
E-mail Alert on Root SSH Login

Want to be notified instantly when someone logs into your server as root? No problem, check out this nice tutorial on email notification for root logins. Keeping track of who logs into your server and when is very important, especially when you’re dealing with the super user account. We recommend that you use an email address not hosted on the server your sending the alert from.

So lets get started!

1. Login to your server and su to root, I know the irony!
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Setup Basic POP3/IMAP Mail Server in Centos/RedhatLinux
Setup Basic POP3/IMAP Mail Server in Centos/RHEL

Setting up a mail server can be quite initimidating if you are linux beginner. I am posting here my simple and most basic mail server experiment which i conducted with my VPS server so that my documentation could be helpful for those who want to setup a pop3 or imap mail server..
What you Need

- Linux Server with Centos 4/5 (VPS or Dedicated)
- Apache 2 with PHP4 or later
- Postfix (SMTP server or MTA)
- Dovecot ( IMAP/POP3 server)
- Sq
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How to configure FTP, Mail, Analytic Servers on WebSitePanel
Refer to How to Configure DNS Server On WebSitePanel

Step 7: Configuring WebsitePanel

Now that we've installed WebsitePanel, Stats, Mail, and set up your initial DNS, it’s now time to configure each of your services within WebSitePanel.

1. Log into the WebsitePanel portal, which can be accessed by visiting the IP address you used when setting up WebsitePanel in chapter 2, via port 9001. For example: [code]http://