Introduction to URL redirection with #CoreAdmin
In some cases you need to configure URL redirection so your web page can present different pages according to a source URL without having to do this configuration inside webpage.
You will need to have access to a working #WebhostingManagement installation where to configure URL redirections.
How to configure URL redirection with #CoreAdmin
URL redirection with #CoreAdmin is pretty straightforward. Click on the webhosting to manage and then go to URL redirect section as shown:
Inside there you will be able to list, remove, edit and create new URL redirections. To create a new URL redirection here is how. Click on “Add URL redirect” and then fill the form:
How URL redirection works with #CoreAdmin
All URL redirection configured is placed directly into Web server configuration, without touching your site .htaccess file (for example).
This makes possible to configure URL redirection not only for webpages with php but also for the rest of technologies available.
At the same time, this avoids any possibility to interfere with software doing .htaccess automatic changes like #Wordpress or #Prestashop.
URL redirection limits and performance
It is known working cases where users are configuring more than 40.000 url redirections without any issue. It is not known where could be performance problems though 40.000 is a good number.
Introduction to certificates generated with #WebhostingManagement
By default, all certificates created by the #WebhostingManagement uses .PEM format, which is suitable for most configurations.
In the case you want to export one of these certificates to .PFX format, follow next steps.
You need to have a working #WebhostingManagement installation with a certificate already installed (completed or flagged as ready).
You will need Administrator rights too (application admin, machine admin or platform admin).
Exporting a certificate to .PFX with Core-Admin
Get into the panel, click on the machine to manage or application (if you only have application admin rights) and click on the #WebhostingManagement application:
Then click to launch “export to .pfx” option:
Now select certificate to export. Only completed certificates (.CSR signed, sent to certificate authority, and got back response to complete certificate) and certificates flagged as ready will be showed for export.
After that, a window will appear with a link to download .pfx certicate. Click on it and your are done.
How to bounce a postfix message with Core-Admin
In the case you have a message in Postfix queue that you want to bounce without having to wait for queue max life time reached, you can use the following command provided by core-admin-tools package:
Install/update package core-admin-tools if you don’t have command crad-bounce.pyc. For that, use:
>> crad-update.pyc -u
>> crad-update.pyc -g
Command line to bounce a message from Postfix Queue with Core-Admin
>> crad-bounce.pyc -b <postfixqueueid>
In such case, find message id to bounce using mailq as usual. For example:
-Queue ID- --Size-- ----Arrival Time---- -Sender/Recipient-------
6FC2068C00EF 7041 Wed Nov 29 19:11:08 soXXpeXX@josXXeasXXa.cXX
With this information, you can bounce the message by running:
>> crad-bounce.pyc -b 6FC2068C00EF