CyberPanel

Number of lookups on your SPF record exceed the allowed limit of 10. This will result in emails failing SPF authentication.

I was working on figuring out why emails forwarded through cyberpanel weren’t being received at gmail.  During the troubleshooting process, I found the following error message when I went into Cloudflare to try to make sure my DNS settings were correct: The number of lookups on your SPF record exceed the allowed limit of 10. …

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Cyberpanel forward email – IP Address sending this message does not have a PTR record setup 550-5.7.25

550-5.7.25 The IP address sending this message does not have a PTR record setup, or the corresponding forward DNS entry does not point to the sending IP. As a policy, Gmail does not accept messages from IPs with missing PTR records. Please visit 550-5.7.25 TLDR:  you need to make sure your DNS settings are correct …

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phpBB not sending out emails – cyberpanel to gmail

I had moved my phpBB board over to Vultr.com, with a cyberpanel control panel litespeed server.  I was testing a few things to see if the board was sending out emails when new users signed up.  I tried to register an account on phpBB and I did not receive a verification email.  Strange, and frustrating.  …

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Cyberpanel moved to new IP address – fixing including SSL certificate fix

After moving cyberpanel to a new instance, I got a new IP address and that needed some configuration changes to get things working properly. First, I had to chnage the IP address in the cyberpanel configuration. This required using the vultr console to SSH into the server. Once there, I had to navigate to: /etc/cyberpanel …

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Cyberpanel – Managing High Server Loads

This post will be one in progress for a while, as I’m really just learning how to identify and mitigate the causes for increased server loads.  I’ve been a bit spoiled having other companies host my websites, but I wanted to take the deeper dive into managing my own website server.  Cyberpanel has been pretty …

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Cyberpanel – forward emails without keeping a copy on the server

In Cpanel – I mainly used email addresses as a way to forward emails to my personal gmail account.  I sometimes also used the ‘catch all” forwarding for the entire domain so that I didn’t even need to bother creating specific email addresses in cpanel. Migrating to cyberpanel was NOT seamless when it comes to …

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Cyberpanel Unable to Send emails to gmail – IPv6 sending guidelines

Setting up another email address for a different domain and the email wasn’t getting received.  I looked in the cyberpanel email log and found this message: Our system has detected that 550-5.7.1 this message does not meet IPv6 sending guidelines regarding PTR 550-5.7.1 records and authentication. Please review 550-5.7.1 I went in to cyberpanel, and …

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