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Web Hosting Control Panel cPanel and WHM Version 11.32 Adds Features, Fixes

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Web hosting control panel cPanel announced on Thursday it has officially released cPanel and WHM version 11.32 to the RELEASE tier, which includes enhancements to mail functionality and login screens, support for DKIM, and the inclusion of Logaholic web analytics application.

cPanel and WHM v11.32 was previously released in the EDGE tier in mid-February, but this new version features 202 bug fixes and case implementations since that release.

With version 11.32, cPanel has made many improvements to the WHM Mail Queue Manager including the ability to take action on multiple messages of the user’s choice, search the mail queue, and take action on the results.

Searching and troubleshooting mail deliveries has also been simplified with the addition of Mail Delivery Reports, for WHM users, and Email Trace, for cPanel and webmail users.

The localized login page for cPanel and WHM have also been improved, with an updated design and localization options. The login page will default to the language used by your browser when loaded.

cPanel and WHM supports 14 languages for the login interface, and users can select which language cPanel or WHM should use.

With version 11.32, cPanel and WHM can sign outgoing messages, and DKIM is now supported and can be managed by cPanel accounts through the email authentication feature in cPanel. Resellers can apply DKIM records to new accounts during account creation.

“We are proud to get DKIM integrated into the product,” said cPanel and WHM project manager Ken Power. “This is something the customers asked for and we listened.

The Logaholic web analytics bundle is now officially available to cPanel users with the 11.32 release.

Other notable updates include improved email rate limiting, new Exim Configuration Editor, improved cPanel::Hooks system, support for MySQL 5.5 and MyDNS-NG, better management of files through the cPanel File Manager Interface, IPv6 support in Apache distiller, and reduced memory overhead for cphulk, cpsrvd, and cpdavd when idle.

In the past couple of months, cPanel has launched a new website, go.cPanel.net/Attracta, for those hosting partners looking to access the Attracta SEO tools that will soon be integrated into its cPanel & WHM control panels, as well as acquired web hosting provider Siteocity.

Talk Back: Are you currently using a previous release of cPanel & WHM? Are you planning on upgrading to the new version? Let us know in the comments.

About the Author

Justin Lee has been a staff analyst with theWHIR since 2004. He writes about a range of web hosting and IT-related issues facing the industry on the WHIR website, as well the print version of the WHIR magazine. Follow him on Twitter @Justin_theWHIR.

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