Last Updated on Saturday, 13 October 2012 04:10 Written by Arvand Sabetian Saturday, 13 October 2012 04:10
DISCLAIMER: If you plan on sending unsolicited emails or have bought an “opt-in” list somewhere, the below is not your guide. If any of your visitors are not expecting your emails, you are spamming. The below guide is meant for individuals and companies who are sending emails to a list of emails that expect their emails and wish to increase their deliverability rate.
Arvixe does not allow sending of bulk emails (solicited or unsolicited) on our shared hosting accounts. The guide below would govern for VPS and Dedicated Customers.
Even if you have compiled the list of emails yourself by individually asking your customers, due to heavy restrictions placed on incoming email threasholds at larger providers, you can see your emails being deferred or completely bouned with 0% spam being identified/reported/detected. The below set of recommendations, ensures that you are doing everything in your power to increase the deliverability of your emails to the major email providers -
Make sure your IP is clean to begin with. In most systems, unless you’ve made specific modifications, regardless of the IP of your website, the IP you are sending from is the main IP of the environment. You can use websites such as http://mxtoolbox.com/blacklists.aspx to identify whether the IP is already on any blacklists. Once you’ve identified that you have a clean IP, you need to start building your sending reputation. There are many organizations that attempt to track IP reputation and make the information publicly available such as -Learn More
Last Updated on Thursday, 30 July 2009 07:47 Written by Arvand Sabetian Saturday, 18 July 2009 10:48
LovdByLess is a free open source social networking software.
For the purposes of this tutorial I’ve created a cPanel account with the following domain name and username:
Domain name: lvl.bee.arvixe.com
The goal of this article to have a working LovdByLess installation when going to http://lvl.bee.arvixe.com .Learn More
Last Updated on Wednesday, 4 February 2009 01:25 Written by Arvand Sabetian Wednesday, 4 February 2009 01:22
PHPList is an open-source newsletter manager. It is written in php. On January 29th 2009 they posted a software update. “[The update] fixes a local file include vulnerability.This vulnerability allows attackers to display the contents of files on the server, which can aid them to gain unauthorised access“.
They also included a one-line workaround if you could not patch fast enough.
UPDATE: An exploit against this vulnerability was published and used in the wild on Jan 14th 2009, 2 weeks before the patch was issued.
Last Updated on Friday, 30 January 2009 05:48 Written by Arvand Sabetian Friday, 30 January 2009 05:45
Since Arvixe offers free website transfer to all new clients, we often come across the dilema of moving large amounts of files recursively from a remote ftp server (the client’s old hosting provider). On linux machines, the command line ftp client doesn’t do a good job of providing a way to do this. The command mget does get files recursively but only those inside a specific directory.Learn More
Last Updated on Monday, 29 December 2008 11:46 Written by Arvand Sabetian Monday, 22 December 2008 02:06
While resellers and dedicated server owners have much more branding options discussed here . Any user can create and customize their own login page easily without having to edit any files or settings within cPanel.
By default, when someone tries to login to the control panel, webmail or WHM, they will be greeted with a pop up window asking them for their username and password. If they press cancel or guess the wrong password too many times, they will be forwarded to a web form that asks for the username and password.Learn More
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