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d2d4j
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  • d2d4j
    started a topic Cloudflare SSL

    Cloudflare SSL

    Hi

    If you are having issues with cloudflare SSL, which now allow free SSL, even on all existing Cloudflare accounts, you are best advised as follows:

    If existent cloudflare user

    disable cloudflare
    enable cloudflare

    This will auto create a cloudflare...
    You can configure CAA records by visiting the DNS tab of your Cloudflare settings - please follow the steps below: Step 1 - Log in to the...
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  • d2d4j
    started a topic Nodeworx SSL

    Nodeworx SSL

    Hi

    Kudos to IW for changing the Nodeworx SSL to allow it to use a domain SSL using Lets Encrypt.

    If you want to use this, see picture, goto nodeworx, server settings, SSL, create SSL, choose from drop down domain, and select domain SSL to use.

    Many thanks and I...
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  • d2d4j
    replied to Forum Issue
    Hi Keiro

    Many thanks and I have just tried a search function, see attached, which worked lovely.

    Please could you post a picture to show what you mean

    The forum software is the same I believe, but updated to newer version and unfortunately, as I use Tapatalk, it...
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  • Hi Bertie

    It looks likely to me that your permissions are wrong on siteworx/var folder - replace siteworx with your siteworx Unix name (sorry Tapatalk changed and I can no longer see post whilst replying)

    Also, check that the siteworx account has enough free space allocated...
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  • d2d4j
    replied to XenConfig.pl error
    Hi bear

    Many thanks

    I have checked our servers and cannot see the file sorry. We have some production servers running same distro and IW

    If your not running on xen, then I would open a support ticket to let IW have a look, as I do not think the file would have...
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  • d2d4j
    replied to EMail queue
    Hi Jesus
    Please see below for qmail queue control
    You may also want to shorten the queue time to expire, so below should help (please note you make nay changes at your own risk)
    create or edit in /var/qmail/control
    queuelifetime - amount of time in seconds to keep something in...
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  • Hi Michael

    I hope your well

    Did you manage to find anything

    Many thanks

    John
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  • d2d4j
    replied to EMail queue
    Hi Jesus

    There are instructions for clearing qmail queue, which Iíll look up and post link for IW support pages needed

    This though clears all email in queue and not domain specific

    You would need to stop qmail in full to run it, and make sure qmail is set not...
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  • d2d4j
    replied to XenConfig.pl error
    Hi bear

    I have not seen that file sorry

    It looks on the face of it a call to start the script, but the error is telling you it is already running

    What are you running IW on. Is it xen

    Many thanks

    John
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  • d2d4j
    replied to EMail queue
    Hi Jesus
    You could log into nodeworx, system services, mail server, mail queue, at bottom click view all, then sort by sender, place a click in each box you want to delete, then delete
    If you want to stop any outgoing mail for a domain, you could use MTA settings, MTA SMTP options, MTA level...
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  • Hi Justin


    I hope your well


    I have just tried and no issues (see pic).


    I used IE11 and IW 6.1.6


    Have you tired IE in private browser mode, just a thought


    Many thanks


    John
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  • Hi Michael

    I hope your well and business good

    Iím sure itís on itís way, itís been earmarked for devs

    Happy Easter

    Many thanks

    John
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  • d2d4j
    replied to Block domain for incoming mail
    Hi Bertie

    I suspect the emails are not been sent from domain but masked

    If you look up the IP address of the sender, and add to block on firewall you may have better results

    It may help if you could post full header details though, but obscure any client detail...
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