cPanel Video Tutorial – Email Forwarders

This cPanel Tutorial is about how to setup an email forwarder. Email forwarding simply means that one email address will send it’s mail onto another email address. Common uses of this are generic email addresses such as that forward to several different individuals email addresses. Or when someone’s email address changes, and they still want to receive emails from their old address. It can simply be forwarded to their new address. I always recommend that if you are using a forwarder then you shouldn’t setup (or keep) a fixed email account that you aren’t going to connect to and download emails off the server. If you don’t download emails off the server your fixed email inbox will fill up and your account will stop receiving emails once you’ve reached your account drive space limit.


cPanel Video Tutorial – Disk Space Usage

This video explains how to use the disk space usage feature to find out where your account size is being used. Usually it’s either emails or files using up your account space. But you need to be able to find out exactly so that you can take action. Either remove the files / emails, or if it’s legitimate account growth, upgrade your account.


cPanel Video Tutorial – How to Use, Read, Understand Awstats

If you’ve ever wanted to know how to track how your website is doing, good, bad or otherwise, you need to examine your web logs.

Reading through raw weblogs is impossible so using a 3rd party reporting tool called Awstats that comes with cPanel hosting control panels, makes it very easy to track your websites progress.

This video explains how to use, read, and understand Awstats.


cPanel Video Tutorial – Update Contact Info

If you’ve ever found out the hard way when your account gets suspended cause you used to much bandwidth or your email box is full but you don’t realise it, then you need to watch this video about keeping your contact info updated in cPanel. For those that haven’t had this experience make sure you set it up the right way first up.