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Did someone access my email?

21 October 2019 - 07:00 AM

I got a spam email today, ostensibly from myself, claiming to have access to my data. I know they don't, but the email was "sent-by: gmail" and "signed-by: [my domain]" so I'm wondering if they have access to that password. Is there any way to check server logs and see if an email was sent from my account on Sun 20 Oct 2019 17:00:29 (PDT)?


I can provide my ID details and the email header if required (don't want to post it on a public forum).


Quick overview of my current setup: I have an "send email" account via cPanel (eg. outgoing@mydomain.me), and several forwarders to my Gmail (alias1@example.me, alias2@mydomain.me). When I'm sending, I send via the outgoing@mydomain.me credentials so that it gets signed etc, but the "from" is from alias@mydomain.me). Usually, if someone sends a scam email setting the "from" then it'll say something like "from alias@mydomain.me via gmail.com", but this seems to have been sent from example.me itself, meaning they might actually have server access

Receiving emails at HelioHost when the domain is managed elsewhere

15 October 2019 - 07:36 AM

I'm currently hosting my site, www.snipettemag.com on Netlify, with ClouDNS as the nameserver.


Now, I'd like to create a mailing list and perhaps email IDs like user@snipettemag.com. Is there a way to keep the DNS management at ClouDNS and have only the email management in HelioHost (by creating the appropriate MX records)? The current cPanel interface expects the nameserver itself to be HelioHost before it lets me add the domain.

Anyone used Grav?

20 August 2019 - 11:46 AM

Has anyone tried hosting a Grav site on HelioHost? I'm wondering what the performance/resource usage is like.


Right now (or rather, when Tommy is back up) I'm using Wordpress, but that seems to be pretty resource-hungry (as people never fail to point out). What I need is a lightweight CMS that still supports plugins, multiple authors, and non-technical interfaces for them to work with. If Grav is light enough, it would probably fit the bill :rolleyes:

[Answered] Uploading via zipfile

08 August 2019 - 01:33 PM

I'm trying to upload a bunch of files for my website. Since FTP takes a long time for multiple small files, I'm thinking of using a zipfile so I can do them all at one go.


I remember this "Upload as ZIP" option used to be available from the cPanel FileManager, but now I can't find it anywhere. Any idea where it is?