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cPanel Features

Email Management

Manage & access your email accounts with ease, with such tools as webmail, email archiving, filtering, email trace & auto-reponders.

Web Disk

Configure accounts to store & access data remotely. We do not restrict the types of data you can store so long as it is within our aup.


Create FTP acocunts for your employees or web developers to manage your website, content & storaged data We recommend WinSCP.

Sub Domains

Expand your website into sub domains in catering for blogs, eCommerce & internal password protected sites.

Visitor Statistics

Monitor & gather statistics from cPanel in analysing visitor trends of your main & sub domains.

Backup / Restore Manager

Easily generate backups & perform granular restoration of aspects of your account & files.

Database Management

Create databases & users quickly with the database wizard. Utilising PhpMyAdmin for database management

SPAM Control

Blacklist & whitelist email addresses in creating your own rules with SpamAssassin.

PHP Selector

Quickly set / change between current & security hardened PHP versions in accordance with your domain & sub domain needs.

Email Compression

Mail servers have a high level of compression configured, saving critical disk space for email / data retention.

Email Deliverability

Keep an eye on critical DNS factors in classifying sent email correctly.

PGP Encryption

Messages can encrypted using a “public key” & decrypted via a “private key”.


Archive & download incoming, outgoing emails or mailing lists for the time frame you specify.

Disk Usage

View & managed email account disk usage space in deleting emails from a specified time frame.


Enable additional security if your domain supports DNSSEC. Learn more about DNSSEC.

Addon / Alias Domains

Easily associate some of your other registered domain names in managing email accounts from a singular point.

Calendars and Contacts

Shared & sync your address books & contact with your email client & mobile devices.


Set & schedule custom auto responses such as out of office replies or on leave auto replies.

Address Importer

Quickly import CSV or XLS based address books / contact lists.


Create global or account level filters in channeling mail to the correct locations or discard unwanted mail.

Mailing Lists

Add mailing lists to send mail to easily send mail to multiple recipients.

General FAQ

    In simple terms, web hosting is where your website is stored. Or for a slightly longer explanation: a website is a collection of files that exist on a server connected to the internet and accessible to be viewed through a web browser. When a person visits a domain, the website files are displayed within the web browser as the actual website. When you combine the website files with the hosting server and a properly-pointed domain, you have all the components needed for a website to be visible & online. In a nutshell, that is web hosting.
    Shared web hosting is basically when one server hosts multiple customers or websites. It is the most common and cost effective option for web hosting, and it is one of the services excel in truth be told. Our shared web hosting servers are geared for maximum security and performance relative to the number of customers, and types of websites, being hosted. In other words, there's no need to give thought to the other websites on the same server as you; we've have all that under control.
    The primary difference between shared vs. cloud hosting is that on cloud hosting the website files actually exist on multiple servers, these servers themselves are also shared so it's kinda-sorta like having multiple, duplicate shared hosting accounts. The reason is that with shared hosting if the one server goes down, the websites become unavailable, but with cloud hosting if one server goes down then the other cloud servers ensure that the websites remain available online.
    Essentially it works like this: if you intend to conduct eCommerce on your website, accepting credit cards & selling goods or services, then you need the cPanel Business plan. If you don't need any eCommerce functionality, but do intend to host multiple domains, then the cPanel Professional plan should be perfect for you. If your intention is to host a domain without eCommerce, then the cPanel Personal plan should meet your needs.
    In order to have a website live on the internet, you will need both web hosting and a domain name. Both of these things can (and do) exist independent of each other, though it is generally considered universal to employ both in order to have an actual website. Metaphorically, let's say you want to invite people to a party (your website). Your party is at a location, such as your house or apartment (web hosting). In order for people to know how to get to the specific location, you must provide them with an address (domain name). So, web hosting is the actual server space where your website files live, and a domain name is the address visitors need in order to view these files as your website. You can have a domain without a website, and you can have a website without a domain name, but to truly benefit from having either in the traditional sense, you actually need both working together.
    It is super easy to transfer your existing website, and even your existing domain registration(s), to us. To prevent any downtime on a live website, the correct order of operations is: create a new account, transfer a copy of your website files to the new server, update the DNS of any domain(s) to point to the new server, wait 24 hours and verify everything loads from the new server, cancel old hosting account, initiate domain registration transfer, verify the domain registration transfer completed successfully. This sounds daunting at first, but taken one step at a time it's a very easy and logical sequence.