Hub for Good Supporting each other to make an impact. Write for DigitalOcean You get paid, we donate to tech non-profits. One of the first lines of defense in securing your cloud server is a functioning firewall. In the past, this was often done through complicated and arcane utilities. There is a lot of functionality built into these utilities, iptables being the most popular nowadays, but they require a decent effort on behalf of the user to learn and understand them. Firewall rules are not something you want yourself second-guessing. UFW, or Uncomplicated Firewall, is a front-end to iptables.
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Following will be a few questions for primary configuration so be careful. Full qualified hostname FQDN of the server, eg server1. For more information, see interfaces 5.
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In some cases, the PHP mail function may be disabled on the server Depending on the hosting company to prevent spammers from sending emails through compromised websites. To work around this, the email can be configured to connect to an SMTP server. An SMTP connection will connect to an email server with login credentials, authenticating the sending email address. This will allow the receiving email address server to accept the email as authenticated. This is good because some email servers do not allow unauthenticated emails to go through to their server. The following steps will explain how to configure the Moodle 2. By default Moodle will use the PHP mail function to send emails. The following fields will need to be configured for the mail to work. SMTP hosts : smtp. The standard configuration for the port will follow the hostname:port format.
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