How would you like to change your CyberPanel Rainloop webmail access to something like webmail.example.com or example.com/webmail? The most common response to this feature was always pointing to using the default URL or installing your own copy of Rainloop in another folder/website and using that. This article teaches you how to change the access address for the Rainloop webmail that is built-in to CyberPanel!
Learn how to create a dedicated URL for your CyberPanel Admin page and get rid of the need to use port 8090. Additionally, find a great Dark Mode for CyberPanel and install Wordpress.
Learn how to get your free Secure Email server running with Cyberpanel. This article/video combo includes details on getting this done with Lets Encrypt SSL/TLS enabled with a score of 10/10 at mail-tester.com! We also setup a mail client to use Secure protocols.
This tutorial will step you through some required steps to secure your SSH server, create a new user, enable sudo, and update your Ubuntu OS. Once those are done, we run the CyberPanel installer!
Learn how to prepare a Virtual Private Server (VPS) for CyberPanel installation. Reinstall the OS on a RackNerd VPS. This is part 1 of a 4 part series.
Learn how to easily host a Static Website on NGNX Proxy Manager