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Email not working after CyberPanel Upgrade?

Note: This article is a work in process, will keep adding more information. If you have recently upgraded CyberPanel and your email stopped working then follow this guide to debug and possibly fix your email system. We recommend to upgrade

What is CyberPanel Cloud and Why you should signup?

Almost 2 years ago we launched CyberPanel Platform (which is now discontinued) it allowed you to connect and manage your CyberPanel servers centrally. Upon user requests we’ve refactored the platform and launched CyberPanel Cloud. We’ve removed all the redundant features

Email Queue Management in CyberPanel

In version v2.0.0, CyberPanel has introduced email queue management. This feature makes it easy for you to check the mails in queue, their status and provides you with the options to flush them again or delete individually or collectively. The

Configure Mail for CyberPanel Notifications

In version 2.0.0, CyberPanel has added the option to get all server logs by email. This can be very beneficial for a timely update if your server has some error or if it’s behaving abnormally. This also includes notifications of

6 – Self-signed SSL error on Outlook/Thunderbird

After creating an email account in CyberPanel some users would like to configure their email accounts to third party email clients such as Outlook or Thunderbird. Both these clients have auto-discover functionality, this functionality will try to automatically configure your

Interface of a domain in cyberpanel
CyberPanel as a cPanel Alternative

CyberPanel and cPanel are both hosting control panels, and they help you manage your websites. With one command you get a fully functional LAMP stack that is ready to serve your web applications. Let see how CyberPanel is a feasible

5 – SpamAssassin Configurations

Install SpamAssassin at: https://<IP Address>:8090/emailPremium/SpamAssassin Once installed, you can configure SpamAssassin settings, more details on our blog post.

2 – SSL For PostFix/Dovecot

On a default installation of CyberPanel, Postfix and Dovecot use self-signed SSL. You can now use Let’s Encrypt with your mail server. Navigate to: https://<IP Address>:8090/manageSSL/sslForMailServer You will see a list of websites/domain here (which you have created via CyberPanel