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How to Restore cPanel Backup?

1. Log into your cPanel account.
2. In the “Files” section, click on “Backup Wizard” Icon.
3. Under “Backup or Restore” text, click on the “Restore” button.

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4. Under “Select Restore Type“, choose the appropriate option.

5. Click on “Browse“, select your backup file from your PC, and click on the “Upload” button.

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How to generate and download a full backup of your cPanel Account?

1. Log into your cPanel account.
2. In the “Files” section, click on “Backups” Icon.
3. Under “Full Backup“, click on the “Download a Full Website” button.

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4. From the dropdown menu, select the backup destination as “Home” and enter your email address in the e-mail filed so that you can receive notification when the backup is complete.

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After the cPanel backup is completed, you will receive notification and the backup will be available for download under the “Available Backups To Download” list on the Full backup page.

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How to Download Backup of Home Directory, MySQL or E-mail Only?

How to Download Backup of Home Directory, MySQL or E-mail Only?

1. Log into your cPanel account.
2. In the “Files” section, click on “Backup Wizard” Icon.
3. Under “Backup or Restore” text, click on the “Backup –>” button.

4. In the 2nd step “Full or Partial Backup” option, under “Partial Backup“, you need to click on “Home Directory” to download home directory only or should you wish to download only “MySQL Databases“, click on “MySQL Database“.1

5. Now click on the “Download” button.

How To Install WordPress Manually

Install WordPress Manually on Your Website Using CPanel Wizards
Would you like to install WordPress directly on your own site? We’ve been covering ways you can use WordPress for your personal blog or website, so here’s how you can install the WordPress software manually on your own site.

Create a Database for WordPress

First, you’ll need to setup a MySQL database on your server for WordPress. Most hosting companies provide an interface that makes it easy to setup a database, and here we’ll be using the MySQL Wizard on the popular cPanel admin panel. If your hosting provider uses a different interface, the steps may be slightly different but in general should work mostly the same.

To do this in cPanel, login to your dashboard, scroll down to the Database section, and select MySQL Database Wizard.

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Enter a new name for your database. Note that your full name will include the name on the left of the text box, so the full name is usually something like yourhosting_yourdatabasename. Click Next Step when you’re ready.

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Now enter a database username and password, and click Create User. If you’d like to make sure you have a strong password, you can use the Password Generator which will create a secure, random password. Again, make sure to note the password and username, as you will need this information when you setup WordPress.

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Download WordPress and Upload it To Your Site

Now you’re ready to get WordPress running on your website. Head over to the WordPress download page, and download the zip file containing the latest version of WordPress.

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Extract the contents of the WordPress zip file, and note where you saved these files.

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Scroll down to the MySQL settings in the file, and enter the information from your database you created before.  Place your database name instead of database_name_here, your username instead of username_here, and so on.  For most hosts, leave the hostname as localhost; if your site is configured differently, check with your hosting provider for database information.  Leave the single quotes in place; only enter the correct info instead of the default filler text.

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Scroll down to the MySQL settings in the file, and enter the information from your database you created before.  Place your database name instead of database_name_here, your username instead of username_here, and so on.  For most hosts, leave the hostname as localhost; if your site is configured differently, check with your hosting provider for database information.  Leave the single quotes in place; only enter the correct info instead of the default filler text.

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Once your settings are entered, save the file as wp-config.php. Make sure you select the filetype as All Files if you’re editing in Notepad.

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You are now ready to upload WordPress to your site.  If you don’t already have an FTP program installed, you can download the free FileZilla (link below) and install it as normal.

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Now open FileZilla or another favorite FTP client, and enter your FTP account information in the top. You should have received this information from your hosting provider; if you’re unsure, you may need to contact your website hosting provider’s support service. Click Quickconnect when your info is entered.

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After a few moments, you should be connected to your website via FTP.  If instead you see an error in the activity log, double-check your login information as your username or password may be incorrect.

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Now, if you want to install WordPress as your main website, browse to public_HTML on your server, which is on the right side of the window.  If you’d rather install it as a sub-directory, then browse to the folder of your choice.

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On the left side of the window, browse to your WordPress folder on your computer.  Open it, select all of the files, then right-click and select Upload.

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Finish Setting up WordPress

The full upload will take several minutes, depending on your Internet connection speed.  Once its finished, you can start setting up your site.  Open your browser, and enter http://yourdomain.com/wp-config.php, replacing yourdomain.com with your domain or subdomain name.   After a few moments, the WordPress configuration page will open.  Enter a name for your site, and account information for the site administrator.  Enter your email address as well so the site information can be emailed to you.  When everything’s entered, click Install WordPress.

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After a moment, you’ll see the Success screen letting you know that WordPress is fully installed on your site.  Click Log In to access your new WordPress site’s admin page.

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Enter the username and password you just created, and click Log In.  You can access this page anytime in the future by browsing to http://yourdomain.com/wp-admin.php.

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Here’s the Dashboard on our new WordPress site.  You can now add posts, change the theme, and more, just like normal in WordPress.

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You can access your new WordPress site at your domain.  Notice that it has a default pre-made post, but you can remove or change this if you like.

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Conclusion

Although it is slightly complicated to install WordPress manually on your site, it is much easier to install than many other CMS platforms.  One of the best features of WordPress is that you can use it for free on WordPress.com, install it on your site with an installer script, or upload it directly to your website.  WordPress works almost the same whether you’ve installed it on your own site or are using the free hosted version on WordPress.com, so it’ll be quick and easy to get your site looking just like you want.

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Download WordPress for your site

Download FileZilla FTP client

 

How To Create eMail Accounts (cPanel)

To create an email account in cPanel:

  1. Log into cPanel.
  2. In the Mail section, click Email Accounts.
  3. In the Email field, type the name you want and select the domain name from the adjacent drop-down menu.
    Note: The email name shadow is reserved and cannot be used for an email address.
  4. In the Password fields, type the desired password twice.
  5. Make a selection for Mailbox Quota.
  6. Click Create Account.

Send Only Email (do not reply email addresses)

Some email users will sometimes need a “Do not reply” email address (such as forum moderators that need an address to send notifications). The following steps will allow you to disable incoming email for an address, if you do not need SMTP access to that address you may skip the steps above. To disable incoming mail for an address:

  1. Log into cPanel.
  2. In the Mail section, click Forwarders.
  3. Under Email Account Forwarders click Add Forwarder.
  4. On the Add a New Forwarder page:
    1. Enter the email name and select the domain for the address.
    2. Select Discard and send an error to the sender (at SMTP time).
    3. Enter the failure message you would like users to receive.

      Note: If you do not wish for users to receive an error message, click Advanced Options and select Discard (Not Recommended).

    4. Click Add Forwarder

 

 

Advance settings for users.

Type the email address to be created in the Emailfield.
If you manage more than one domain, make sure to select the appropriate domain from the pull-down menu.
Type the password in the Password field.
Retype the password in the Password (again)field.
You can click the Password Generator link to have a strong password generated for you. For more information, read our Password Generator documentation.
Type the quota in the Mailbox Quotafield.
The quota defines how much hard drive space the account will be allowed to use.
PICK Important: Due to mail server constraints, quotas cannot be greater than 2048 MB. Quotas exceeding this amount must be unlimited.
Click Create Account.
Existing addresses are displayed in a table. Using this table, it is possible to:

  • See how much disk space the account uses.
  • Change a password.
  • Change a quota limit.
  • Delete an email address.
  • Access an account through webmail.
  • Configure a mail client.

Change the password

A secure password is one that contains no dictionary words and includes upper- and lower-case letters, numbers, and symbols.

To change the password:

Click Change Password next to the appropriate email account.
Type your new password into the Password box.
Confirm your new password in the Password (again)box.
You can click the Password Generator link to have a strong password generated for you. For more information, read our Password Generator documentation.
Click Change Passwordto store the new password.
If you do not wish to change the password, click cancel.

Change the quota limit

The quota limit for an address defines the amount of mail (in Megabytes) that can be stored to its mailbox. Once this limit is exceeded, any incoming mail will be returned to the sender with a message stating that the recipient’s mailbox is full.

Since a full quota will prevent you from receiving mail, it is important to keep track of quota usage.

Note: Your mailbox’s trash folder is not included in the quota limit calculation.

Note: You will not be able to exceed the quota set by your web host. Also, due to mail server constraints, you cannot set a quota greater than 2048 MB. Quotas exceeding this amount must be unlimited.

To change a mail quota:

Click Change Quota.
Type the new email quota (in Megabytes) into the appropriate field. For an unlimited account, click unlimited.
Click Change Quotato store the new value.
If you do not wish to change the quota, click cancel.

Delete an email address

To delete an email address:

Click the Delete link corresponding to the account you wish to remove.
Confirm that you wish to delete the address by clicking Delete.
If you wish to keep the email address, click cancel.

 

Access Webmail

This feature allows you to access an email account with a web browser. To access this feature, perform the following steps:

  1. Click More for the appropriate email account.
  2. Select Access Webmail.
  3. Enter the password in the appropriate text box.
  4. Click Log in.

 

Set Up Email Client

This feature automatically configures your email client to access your cPanel email addresses. An email client allows you to access your email account from an application on your computer (for example, Outlook® Express and Apple® Mail).

To access this feature, click More for the appropriate email account, and then select Set Up Email Client.

Notes:

  • An email client must already exist on your computer to automatically configure it with cPanel.
  • To use an email client that the interface does not list, you must manually configure it. For more information on how to manually configure an email client, review your client’s documentation on the client’s website.

To configure your mail client, perform the following steps:

  1. Select and download the appropriate configuration file from the list.
  2. Run the script file to automatically configure your email client to use the selected address.

When the configuration process finishes, your email client opens automatically and logs in to your email account.

Notes about email client configuration

  • If you installed a non-wildcard SSL certificate that matches your hostname, the name of your server matches your hostname. For example, if your hostname is www.example.com and your SSL certificate matches your hostname, your server’s name is www.example.com.
  • If you installed a wildcard SSL certificate, the name of your server also matches any subdomains that correspond to the hostname’s domain. For example, an SSL certificate for *.example.com is valid for my.example.com and foo.example.com.
  • If you did not install an SSL certificate, the server uses the mail subdomain of your domain. For example, mail.example.com. Also, if your certificate does not match your hostname, the server’s name is mail.example.com.

Email sub addresses

This feature, also known as plus addressing, allows senders to route a message directly to the folder of a mailbox.

Email subaddresses use the username+folder@domain format, where username represents the username of the mailbox and folder represents the folder’s name.

For example, if you send a message to username+Important@example.com, the mail server will route the message to the Important folder in the username@example.com mailbox.

Notes:

  • If the folder does not already exist, the system will create that folder.
  • You must subscribe to the folder in your email or webmail client for the folder to appear.

Default email account

Your default email address appears under the Default Email Account heading. The system creates this special email account when your hosting provider creates your cPanel account. The account’s username and password are identical to your cPanel account name and password.

  • If your hosting provider configures this address to serve as a catch-all address for all mail that invalid usernames in your domain receive, it may receive a large amount of spam.
  • You can check and delete the mail that this account receives. To do this through webmail, click Access Webmail and select your desired webmail application.
  • You can also use this account to send mail. To do this through webmail, click Access Webmail and select your desired webmail application.

The actual address of the account is account@example.com, where account represents your account username. You cannot rename, delete, or place a quota on the default account. We recommend that you create a separate email account for daily use.

This address is also the default From and Reply-to address of outgoing email that your account’s PHP scripts send.

Register A New Domain

Domain registrations are Rs.1300, and this fee registers a domain name for one full year. The domain TLD (top level domain) extensions we can register here at AH Corporation are listed here:

Available Domain Extensions
.com, .net, .org, .us, .biz, .info

fore extensions please visit

How to login to cPanel?

How to login to cPanel?
If you don’t know how to login to cPanel then please read this kb.

Permanent Login URL

1. http://YourDomainName.com/cpanel

2. http://YourDomainName.com:2082

Please Note: You need Username and Password for login.

Temporary Login(if your domain not Propagated)

http://OurIpAddress/cpanel

How To Change cPanel Theme?

How to Change cPanel Theme?
if you’re borred with Default cPanel Theme and want to other theme then you can change your cPanel Skin to other skin.

How can i change cPanel Theme(Skin)?

You can change your cPanel Skin within 2 clicks.

go to cPanel >> Change Style >> Click on Switch_Style_to_YourSkin.

How To Change cPanel Password?

Login to cPanel Area and click on “Change Password

Enter Your Old Password and then click on “Generate a Password

copy generated password in a safe place and then click on Change Password

i can’t receive reset password email?

When we’re Setup your account then we’re not use your email so your Reset email send to our Email.

If you don’t forget password and can’t reset your cPanel password then please Submit Ticket.

How can i change Password Reset, Account Notification emial to my personal email?

Login to cPanel >> Update Contact Information >> Insert Your Email and then click on Save

How to setup POP3 Email Account in iPhone

Setting Up Email for the Apple iPhone

Newer Versions of iPhone

In the directions below, wherever it says “yourdomain.com” substitute with your domain name.

1. Tap “Settings” app

2. Tap “Mail, Contacts, Calendars

3. Tap “Add Account…

4. Tap “Other” (bottom option)

5. Tap “Add Mail Account

6. Enter Name, address (full email user@yourdomain.com), and password.
(iPhone will attempt to guess your settings. Allow ~1 minute for it to fail.)

7. Select POP3.
(It’s the default. The option you’ve selected will be highlighted blue.)

8. Under “Incoming mail server”

1. Set “hostname” to mail.yourdomain.com
(or your server host name or server’s IP address)

2. Set “username” to email@yourdomain.com

3. Set “password” to your password

9. Under “Outgoing mail server

1. Set “Host name” to mail.yourdomain.com
(or your server host name or server’s IP address)

2. Set “User name” to email@yourdomain.com

3. Set password to your password

You are now ready to send and receive emails via your iPhone.