This screen is useful for people running a hosting company. The Package page allows you to create one or several packages to act as a template when you create SiteWorx accounts. For example: Gold, Silver, Platinum, Starter, DELUXE, etc. Each can have access to and quotas for certain SiteWorx features such as email, databases, bandwidth, […]
First check the http://forums.interworx.com and make sure that nobody else has done this or is working on it. If your language is not supported or available you can always do the translation yourself by downloading the current English language pack, copying it, and making changes as needed. If you do this, it would be nice if you […]
In all likelihood you changed the default httpd.conf to not listen on 127.0.0.1 which is how iworx-cp checks to see if httpd is up and serving requests. If you make 127.0.0.1:80 active the NodeWorx interface will be happy.
The first thing to do is to query the dns servers directly to see if they are advertising the right info. If they are then the problem lies elsewhere. From the shell, run: nslookup server [IP of your IWorx-CP iterative DNS server] [domain-to-query] The IP after the ‘server’ directive should be an IP bound to your […]
All you have to do is choose the secure version of pop3/imap in your mail client. InterWorx Control Panel uses the default ports and it’s as easy to use as the non-secure versions.