The following procedure explains how to Start/Stop the Local DNS Recursive Resolver. Click the System Services menu item if it is not already open. Click the DNS Server menu item if it is not already open. Click the Overview menu item. Locate the Active DNS Services (Recursive / Local Resolver) section. Click the checkbox next to the IP you want to update (normally 127.0.0.1) […]
The jailed shell deliberately has a limited amount of commands one can run. If you deem that your users need access to another command you use the jk_cp command from the root shell to add the command you want to enable for example. jk_cp /chroot /usr/bin/command-you-want-to-install
How to: Enable sending mail with IPv6 addresses The dns_ip6_lookup feature is disabled by default as of InterWorx Version 5.1.7. This means mail will not try to deliver via IPv6, unless the following is completed: From the command line, /var/qmail/control/dns_ip6_lookup and /var/qmail/control/senderip6 must be created. To create /var/qmail/control/dns_ip_lookup, run the following command: echo 1 > […]
Sometimes messages can’t be delivered immediately (e.g., problems with the receiving mail server) so the delivering server will queue the message and retry later. Once the maximum queue lifetime runs out (default is a week), the email will be removed from the queue.
A NodeWorx user can login and access specified parts of the NodeWorx server management interface. How to: Add a NodeWorx User Log Into NodeWorx Click the NodeWorx menu item if it is not already open. Click the User Accounts menu item. Click [ Add NodeWorx User ]. Provide a Name, email address, and password for the new user. Select a language and […]