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Plesk Panel is frequently regarded as a straightforward but effective control panel option for Linux and Windows servers. For shared, virtual, and dedicated hosting setups, this control panel is an excellent solution due to its reliable user interface. You can automate a variety of server management tasks with Plesk Panel, which will help you spend less money and resources.
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Plesk Control Panel Features
Plesk was created for Linux and Windows Server based hosting providers to automate and simplify their server management to deliver web hosting services. Over 32 languages can be added to Plesk as an extension, and our Plesk Reseller and web hosting packages come pre-installed with Dutch and English. With Plesk there are lots of features that will help with server control and web hosting, we will go over the key features that stick out the most.
User Accounts, Roles and subscriptions
Create user accounts with login details, user roles and subscriptions for each user or user group. Icons and functionality can be enabled and disabled by individual users. Access can be provided at different levels to different users on the same subscription level. Additionally, you can provide users access based on their User Roles by developing a Subscription that consists of a specific group of resources and services connected to a Service Plan.
Mail service support and protection
On Plesk for Linux and Courier IMAP on Plesk for Windows Server, respectively, the Postfix mail server and MailEnable are pre-installed. For the purpose of authenticating the sender of e-mail messages, Plesk supports DKIM, SPF, SRS, and DMARC. These features are enabled by default on a fresh installation of Plesk. Plesk also provides webmail as a built-in component, which allows users to access their email accounts via a web browser. Plesk for Linux comes with the Roundcube Webmail, while Plesk for Windows Server includes the Atmail Webmail.
Self-Repair Tools and Database Management
Need to do some fixing? The Self-Repair Tools are Functions that allow users to manage technical issues on their own without the need for support. They are incorporated into Plesk. Advanced Monitoring and Grafana charting can let you keep track of how your server is doing. With database management you can also scan, repair, report and fix supported databases.
With Plesk there are up to 100+ extensions that you can use, a few good examples are extensions like Let's Encrypt SSL, Imunify360, KernelCare, LiteSpeed, Acronis Backup, Backup to Cloud Pro, WP Toolkit, WordPress Smart Updates, SEO Toolkit, Git, Docker and much more! These extensions can make web hosting less complex and significantly reduce time-consuming tasks.
Domain Name System Security Extensions is what "DNSSEC" stands for in its acronym form. The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) developed this group of DNS protocol extensions with the intention of signing DNS data in order to make the process of resolving domain names more safe.
Let's Encrypt helps secure websites. It provides free SSL/TLS certificates for website security. Plesk lets you get a free Let's Encrypt certificate SSL with just a few clicks. You can secure domains, subdomains, domain aliases, and webmail right out of the box. Additionally, installed certificates can be renewed automatically without any setup or command-line usage. Additionally, you will receive email updates on the certificate's status.
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FAQ Regarding Plesk Hosting Control Panel
There are three Plesk editions. Those are Plesk Web Admin, Plesk Web Pro and Plesk Web Host edition. You can read everything about the different Plesk editions here.
Plesk Supports Ubuntu Linux, Debian, CentOS, AlmaLinux, CloudLinux, RedHat Enterprise Linux en Windows Server.
You can configure auto-reply e-mail in Plesk for out of office hours, vacation messages or holidays. This rule can be used per e-mail address and it is pretty easy to set up in Plesk control panel. You will find a full guide on how to do this here.
You can learn how to create an FTP account in Plesk in this article. FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a standard network protocol used for the transfer of computer files between a client and server on a computer network. FTP is built on a client-server model architecture using separate control and data connections between the client and the server.
Additionally to all supported Windows Server operating systems, Linux distributions like Debian 8 and 9, Ubuntu 16, CentOS/Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, and CloudLinux 7 are supported. The repair kit is designed to identify and resolve a variety of common technical issues that can occur on these operating systems.
For fresh installs of Plesk Obsidian, the upcoming features are already turned on:
Apache's graceful restart feature is now reliable enough to be enabled by default to reduce downtime for websites.
SPF, DKIM, and DMARC for incoming and outgoing emails.
Version 0.10 of Fail2Ban and ModSecurity come pre-activated.
New websites come pre-configured with the SEO-friendly HTTP > HTTPS redirect enabled.
Microsoft Outlook and Thunderbird.
The "Mail Settings Auto-Discovery" feature in Plesk is designed to simplify the process of setting up email accounts on various mail clients. This feature supports many popular email clients, including:
Note that this is not an exhaustive list, and there may be other mail clients that support the auto-discovery feature. However, the above clients are some of the most commonly used and are generally known to work well with Plesk's auto-discovery feature.
You want to create additional users who will be able to log in to Plesk and have access to certain, predefined functionality. Such as: creating mailboxes, managing databases, or performing backups. The functionality available to additional users is determined by creating, configuring, and assigning user roles to additional users. We describe how to add a user to a Plesk server in this article.