Posts by Dylan

    Very good theme, keep up good work!

    Just an idea:

    Can you place somewhere a quick search area?

    It will be very usefull if users can search to functions. (Search in main and submenus and filter to that)

    You can choose the default PHP version though i-MSCP installer. (currently 5.6, 7.0, 7.1)


    1. /var/www/imscp/engine/setup/imscp-reconfigure -dr php

    This will be your and your customer's default php version, so be carefull what you choose.

    If you want multiple php version at the same time for your customers, you need PhpSwitcher plugin.

    Btw Nuxwin, we need 7.2 support at this time. Any progress with this?


    Before giving you any answer, I would want known why you need set the SNI vhost check off exactly.

    I have a custom billing system, and my online payment partner communicate with an old client with us...

    That client not support SNI, and apache get back 403 error message:

    [Tue Nov 06 08:39:05.759045 2018] [ssl:error] [pid 16618:tid 140185341699840] AH02033: No hostname was provided via SNI for a name based virtual host

    I already talked to them, but they need development in they system... Meantime I need solution for this...


    Have you already tried this Apache2 sni config ?


    Thank you, but no, I haven't try that. Very old topic, I think there are different solution now.

    I tried this, but no any effects.

    /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/sub.domain.tld_ssl.conf file:

    Nuxwin have you any tip?

    Thank you!

    I want to use my smtp server to send emails from it.

    Emails delivered, but the following error message arrived back to sender's mailbox:

    So the PHP code is running on server3.domain.tld, connect to the otherdomain.tld 's smtp server.

    Both server is: i-MSCP 1.5.3

    OS: Debian Jessie 8.11

    Used Plugins: OpenDKIM 2.0.0, PolicydSPF 1.2.0

    So again: mails sent well and delivered into mailboxes, but get back the above error message.

    What can I do?

    DMARC record checked on and it's OK.