Get Emails in to Gmail Inbox

Getting emails right into the main inbox is not an easy task specially for email providers like Google. In order to get emails into Gmail Inbox your have to follow certain rules. Please ensure following measures are taken and your email should reach the Gmail Inbox fine. Install SSL on your domain Ensure RDNS on your server hostname Ensure SPF Ensure DKIM Test Your email at https://www.mail-tester.com Register your domain on https://postmaster.google.com/u/0/managedomains Ensure your ip not blacklisted. Better to add your server ip on https://hetrixtools.com/ Your good to go now. Also note that if you are listed on black list…

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How To Create Website Without Coding

This guide will let you build a website wihtout coding. For this purpose we will use a popular tool called Softaculous which most of the web hosting providers now offer. If you can’t find on you can lookout our list of one dollar web hosting providers or simply buy out starter hosting plan from HostMayo.com for 1.5$ per month. Through this method you will be able to install WordPress based website without coding. WordPress is a popular CMS which helps you manage website with just clicks. Step 1. Go to Cpanel. Step 2 Go to Softaculous Step 3 Click on…

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How To Change Default SSH Port in Linux, Ubuntu or Centos

How to change the default SSH Port in Linux or Ubuntu which is 22 to increase the security. Just loginto your SSH server using root. Then use some editor like nano or vi to edit the sshd configuration file. Then type nano /etc/ssh/sshd_configYou can use other editor like vi if nano is not installed but working with vi is a little different. If nano is not installed you can install is using yum install nano in CentOS. Now lets save the new port number and exit. Press Ctrl + X Type Y for YES. Don’t change the file name and…

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How To Create A Parition in Linux, CentOs, Ubuntu Using Command Line Interface

First log into your account using root. Then checkout the drives and paritions using the command “lsblk” It will show you the drives begining with the name sda, sdb, sdc and so on. We can see that there is a drive sdb with no partition on it. Just note down the drive “sdb” on which you want to create parition in linux. It will show you the drives begining with the name sda, sdb, sdc and so on. Just note down the drive on which you want to delete the parition in linux. Use the command fdisk to enter in…

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How to delete a partition in Linux, CentOs, Ubuntu Using Command Line Interface

First log into your account using root. Then checkout the drives and partitions using the command “lsblk” It will show you the drives begining with the name sda, sdb, sdc and so on. Just note down the drive on which you want to delete the parition in linux. Use the command fdisk to enter in that drive as follow: Now type “d” to delete the partition Now Type “w” to write this operations in system and “q” to quit wq Now just reboot and use command lsblk to see that partition has been deleted in linux successfully. You can also…

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How to create Thin LVM Pool On Second Drive

We have choosen Linux distro Ubuntu 20.04 in order to create Thin LVM Pool. However, you can select any other distro as the setup is almost same …atleast for CentOS distro. You can simply following these steps to create Thin LVM pool and then add it under virtualizor panel for provisioning of VPS. It is pertinent to mention here that Think LVM pool allows you to oversell disk space. Created a new partition 1 of type ‘Linux’ and of size 931.5 GiB.Partition #1 contains a xfs signature.Do you want to remove the signature? [Y]es/[N]o: 11. vgcreate vg2 /dev/sdb1 Volume group…

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