Control Panel capabilities

Our Control Panel is a fully featured web-based control panel that allows you to manage your domain through a web interface. You have the ability to manage all aspects of e-mail, files, backup, FTP, CGI scripts, web site statistics and much more. The full documentation for the control panel is accessible online. A screenshot of control panel is also available.

Here is a brief list of all of the features of cpanel:

Backup and Restore your account.

Manage Email Accounts (Add, Remove, Change Password)
WebMail for all Accounts
Auto Responders
Custom Mail Filtering
Mailing Lists (mailman)
Ability to Modify an MX Entry
Spam Protection

Webalizer Web Stats
Webalizer Ftp Stats
Analog Stats
View Latest Visitors
View Bandwidth Usage
View Error Log
Download a raw log file

Manage FTP Accounts (Add, Remove, Change Password)
Anonymous FTP Controls
Ability to change FTP login message
Ability to kill FTP sessions

Site Tools
Web Protect (htaccess editor) - password protect directories.
Ability to Change Site and FrontPage password
Custom Error Pages
Ability to Edit Mime Types
Ability to Edit Apache Handlers
Install FrontPage Extensions
Uninstall FrontPage Extensions
Search Engine Submit Tool
File Manager

Domain parking

Ability to Add/Remove Subdomains
Subdomain Redirects
Stats for Subdomains
Email for subdomains

Advanced Tools
Manage GPG Keys
Cron Jobs
HotLink protection

Pre-Installed CGI Scripts
Interchange Cart
Agora Cart
Bulletin Board
CGI Wrapper (for non-suexec installs)
Random HTML Generator
Advanced Guestbook
Counter Generator
Java Clock Generator
Java Countdown Generator
Secure FormMail clone
Entropy Search
Entropy Banner

Additionally, our support team will assist you in installing any other script/software.

Network Tools
DNS Lookup

Database Management
Manage MySQL Databases (Add, Remove, Change Password, Add Access Hosts)
phpMyAdmin Access

MX records
MX record is short for mail exchange record, an entry in a domain name database that identifies the mail server that is responsible for handling e-mails for that domain name. In other words, if you change the MX records at to, all email sent to will now go to

NOTE: If you change your MX record to something other than the current server, we will no longer be responsible for your mail.

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