If you are facing trouble in sending/receiving email to/from a specific email address, this article can be helpful as it explains you how to track email address in cPanel.
Using Track Delivery Feature in cPanel.
Every message sent to an email account in the last 30 days can be viewed with the help of a cPanel tool; Track Delivery. This feature allows you to check delivery reports of emails, errors occurred while sending emails and also check whether Spam Assassin is doing its job (filtering out incoming spam or unwanted emails) right.
The Run Report option allows you to view most recent logs and details like timestamp, sender, receiver, spam score and delivery status of each email. You can also identify problems in the email delivery by tracking the entire email delivery route.
Besides, you can get more specific details like email addresses of a domain if needed.
The guide describes how to enable access log archiving in cPanel.
ABOUT RAW ACCESS LOG
Raw access logs are a way to know who has visited your website and the content they accessed without displaying graphs, charts and graphics.
You can analyse your website raw log files with the help of cPanel access log functionality. As we have mentioned above, the main aim of raw access logs is to get information about all visitors that landed on your website and FTP site. You can configure cPanel to archive this information every month in a compressed file in your home directory. Or you have an option to configure cPanel to delete the previous month’s archived log files.
The guide will familiarise you with steps to connect to a cloud server using SSH keys on a computer that runs on windows 10 (using PuTTY).
People who have spent enough time in IT environments must be well-versed with the term- SSH. However, if you have come across the term for the first time and wondering what SSH keys are about, you have landed on the right page.
Let us tell you more about what SSH keys are and how you can generate, activate and use SSH keys using cPanel.
SSH (Secure Shell) keys are an access credential that is used in the SSH protocol.