Screw up your email settings? it happens to the best of us.
PLESK has a handy little app that reverts your mailbox settings back to the settings in the PLESK database, and makes sure permissions, etc. are correct.Read More
We encountered this error recently when upgrading our ClamAV to 0.95 and ran into a problem where we got the error :
LibClamAV Warning: Cannot dlopen: file not found – unrar support unavailable
The solution to this is quite simple:Read More
There may come a time where you try to run a command on many files in a folder and you’ll get this annoying message similar to this:
-bash: //bin/chown: Argument list too long
The reason for this annoyance is that Linux kernel has a limitation of bytes it can process through as arguments in exec() commands. Try:
[root@x folder]# egrep ARG_MAX /usr/include/linux/limits.h
#define ARG_MAX 131072 /* # bytes of args + environ for exec() */
And you’ll see what I mean.Read More
It’s possible to have a server act as a backup server, so in the unfortunate event that your main mail server goes down, mail gets queued up on the backup server until the main one is fixed.
Setting up PLESK to act as a backup MX server is fairly easy, here’s what to do.Read More
Here’s some handy tips for managing your qmail queue on a linux machine, which can be helpful for debugging:Read More