Bullet proof email hosting | Moving cPanel accounts from a reseller with cPanel Backup disabled | This week's news

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Subject: Bullet proof email hosting | Moving cPanel accounts from a reseller with cPanel Backup disabled | This week's news
Date: September 1st 2021

September 1st 2021

Recommendations for hosting with bullet proof email reputation

Adam brings up the well-known issues of email reliability when using shared hosting. With multiple customers using a single shared IP address it only takes one of them to abuse their account to bring down the reputation of that IP address and cause it to be blacklisted by other email servers, particularly those like Hotmail, GMail and Yahoo. So one abuser can create multiple innocent victims. He's tried moving hosts but encountered the same issues so he's looking to shift his email to a more reliable setup. So what does he need to do? Move his email and webhosting to another new host or split services between hosts? Are there specialist mail providers out there that could increase his deliverability? There are plenty of suggestions in this popular thread, but no clear winner yet? So what's your solution?

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Moving cPanel accounts from a reseller with cPanel Backup disabled

RMisaki has become disenchanted with his current host (to the extent that he wonders if they're deliberately being obstructive) and is looking to move his accounts to a new host. The issue is that the current host has cPanel Backup Manager disabled and use/offer JetBackup instead. Back in the day JetBackup apparently ran through cPanel Backup so the output files were interchangeable, but his new host now tells him that that's no longer the case and the files won't automatically restore. So what can he do in a more automatic way, rather than have to recreate his file, database and email setup on the new host and then transfer files manually? Do you know of a way to get this done?

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