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cPanel Technical Stuff (Internal Only)
How to Forward All Incoming and Outgoing Email to An Email Account (cPanel way)
If customer request for all outgoing email forwarding, we do allow and only allow to forward to non-free email account. Incoming forwarding can use the cPanel -> Email forwarding function Please go to step 3 if /etc/cpanel_exim_system_filter_custom already set in Step 2 1) First make sure /etc/cpanel_exim_system_filter_custom exist. If not copy /etc/cpanel_exim_system_filter to /etc/cpanel_exim_system_filter_custom 2) Go to WHM -> Exim Configuration Editor -> Filters -> System Fil
Exim Maximum Attachment Size (cPanel)
By default Exim maximum message size is 50MB, you can confirm it by typing exim -bP | grep message_size_limit message_size_limit = 50M You can change maximum message size by adding line message_size_limit = 5M on the first textarea of the Advanced Mode editor in WHM > Exim Configuration Editor. That will put a 5MB message size limit on email. PS: the limit only affect is email is sent directly using Email Client, if using Webmail (Squirrelmail) there is another limitation set by
Force update cPanel/Exim/MYSQL/PureFTPd
cPanel: Run this " /scripts/upcp --force" Exim: Run this " /scripts/eximup --force" MYSQL: Run this " /scripts/mysqlup --force" PureFTPd: Run this " /scripts/ftpup --force"