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Category: How to: Enable DomainKeys

DomainKeys is a system meant to authenticate e-mail messages to reduce spoofing, etc. To enable domainkeys for a domain: Log Into SiteWorx Click the Administration menu item if it is not already open. Click the Mail Options menu item if it is not already open. Click the Domainkeys menu item. Click [Add] for the domain you wish to enable

Domains
Nov 15, 2012, 7:47 pmBy: InterWorx
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Category: How to: Customize The Look of New SiteWorx Accounts by Editing the Skel File and Directory

Purpose: This document will give the reader an overview of how to customize the “look” of new SiteWorx accounts. Audience: System Administrators of hosting companies and others wishing to customize the look of their new account screen. System Administrators wishing to customize default virtual host configuration file. Overview: Each SiteWorx account on a server has […]

SKEL
Nov 16, 2012, 8:15 pmBy: InterWorx
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Category: How much does InterWorx Control Panel cost?

Please visit our Order page for current pricing.

Licensing
Nov 9, 2012, 9:17 pmBy: InterWorx
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I’ve found a security vulnerability. How do I report it?

In the event you find a security vulnerability in InterWorx or one of the ancillary RPM’s we provide, we would appreciate it if you opened a support ticket to let us know about it securely so that we can diagnose and patch the problem, before the issue is published. There may be a reward for […]

Bugs
Nov 14, 2012, 12:35 amBy: InterWorx
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Category: How to sync iworx DNS to a non-iworx DNS server

Step 1: Identify the IP address of your interworx primary nameserver (a.b.c.d) Step 2: Identify the IP address of your bind secondary nameserver (e.f.g.h) Step 3a: If you want to allow transfer of only a subset of the domains on the interworx server, on the interworx server run the following: echo ‘e.f.g.h:allow,AXFR=”site1.com/site2.com/site3.com”‘ >> /service/axfrdns-a.b.c.d/tcp Step […]

Citation Source: DNS
Nov 14, 2012, 3:15 pmBy: InterWorx
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