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Setting up HSTS for a website

What is HSTS? HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) is an instruction from the web server that informs the web browser (or other programs) how the connection between the server and the web browser should be handled. This information is sent right at the beginning in the so called “Response Header”. A simple redirection from HTTP […]

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Use cron snippets

Cron snippets work similar to the directive snippets for web pages. These are predefined cron jobs that can be selected when creating a cron job under “Cron Snipet” or in the settings for the web wizard. Show Cron Snippets You can find predefined cron snippets in the “System” section under “Cron snippets”. Create Cron Snippet […]

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Password check with haveibeenpwned

The website haveibeenpwned.com provides, among other things, a list of passwords that have appeared in data leaks. haveibeenpwned is secure For verification, the complete password is never sent, but only a small partial hash value. The pwned passwords function used searches the database of previous data leaks for the presence of a user-supplied password. The […]

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Nextcloud with Chrooted-User and Cron-Job

These instructions do not apply to a Nextcloud installation that you created via the wizard – the wizard creates the corresponding file automatically. If you want to execute the command ‘php occ …’ as a “limited” shell user (chrooted shell = jailkit), you have to make two changes to the Nextcloud configuration. We use our […]

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Import website and database into ISPConfig

Here we show you how you can easily import a website and its database on our managed servers. You can also use this function if you want to move a website to a different managed server. Requirements Access via FTP or SSH to the source server for importing the website Access via SSH, remote access […]

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Install a webmailer

You can install two different webmail on our managed server: RainLoop and Roundcube. We have switched webmail on our servers to RainLoop for quite some time, since this software seems much more flexible to us and requires significantly less resources. We have summarized here why we decided to make the switch. Advantages of RainLoop limit […]

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Websites with HTTP/3

If you are using one of our managed servers with nginx, you can also deliver your websites with HTTP/3. The concept of HTTP/3 HTTP/3 is not a further development of HTTP/2 (SPDY). HTTP/3 is very different from the other HTTP methods and combines the features of HTTP/2 with User Datagram Protocol (UDP). UDP is used, […]

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How to transfer contacts from Roundcube to RainLoop

If you want to change your webmailer from Roundcube to RainLoop, you only have to backup and import the saved addresses from your mailbox once. Export contacts To export your contacts, log in to Roundcube, select “Contacts” on the left and then click on “Export”. Import contacts To import the contacts, log in to RainLoop, […]

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Webmail change from Roundcube to RainLoop

Some time ago we replaced the webmailer Roundcube with RainLoop on our servers. Roundcube is definitely one of the best OpenSouce solutions in the field of webmail, but in the end we decided to switch to RainLoop, because this software requires far fewer resources, has numerous features “out-of-the-box” that can only be solved with Roundcube […]

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Setting up a new website using the wizard

If you want to comfortably set up a new site on your managed server, just click the “Add new website using assistant” button at the top of the website overview. Supported CMS Joomla 3 Joomla 4 Magento 2.4 Shopware 5 Shopware 6 SilverStripe 4 Typo3 10 Nextcloud 20 – 23 WordPress Webmailer RainLoop Webmailer Roundcube […]