07 Jul

Atmail is now available at TetraHost!

AtMail, the most advance open source webmail client is available now at TetraHost. All Email user will now be able to use AtMail by login to their webmail. AtMail is an open source webmail client for IMAP mail servers. It utilizes Ajax to deliver an intuitive, simple user interface. The interface is very attractive with more powerful features which will give users more reason to use Webmail client!

AtMail at Webmail View:

Inside view of AtMail:

14 Aug


Fantastico is just how the name implies – it’s fantastic! Fantastico De Luxe, developed by Netenberg, is an auto installer software will allows you to install various scripts easily through cPanel. Installing scripts may be a tedious job for the novice web master. Fantastico allows you to install more than 40 open source (free) software applications with minimum hassle. No technical knowledge is required to install the scripts. The script installation procedure just takes a couple of minutes to complete and can be performed by novices without the need of setting up MySQL databases, importing structure, chmoding files and without the need of other tasks usually associated with script installations.

Fantastico is integrated into cPanel and is available through the user’s cPanel. Fantastico will typically create tables in a database, install files, adjust permissions, and modify web server configuration files. Although Fantastico is typically associated with open-source software, a handful of scripts are also available that install commercial products; such as SohoLaunch (web site builder), PerlDesk (customer support software), and AccountLab Plus (billing software). Fantastico is the leading auto script installed in the web hosting industry due to its popularity and its tight integration with cPanel.

The following scripts are currently available for installation through Fantastico:


b2evolution (2.4.2)
Nucleus (3.32)
WordPress (2.6.1)


Drupal (6.4)
Geeklog (1.4.1)
Joomla 1.5 (1.5.6)
Joomla (1.0.15)
Mambo Open Source (4.6.5)
PHP-Nuke (7.9)
phpWCMS (1.1-RC4 Rev. A)
phpWebSite (0.10.2)
Post-Nuke (0.764)
Siteframe (3.2.3)
Typo3 (4.1.5)
Xoops (

Customer Support:

Crafty Syntax Live Help (2.14.6)
Help Center Live (2.1.4)
osTicket (1.3.1)
PerlDesk (4.012.2) (Commercial, needs license)
PHP Support Tickets (1.9)
Support Logic Helpdesk (1.2)
Support Services Manager (1.0b)

Discussion Boards:

phpBB (3.0.1)
SMF (1.1.5)


CubeCart (3.0.17)
OS Commerce (2.2 Release Candidate 2a + buySAFE)
Zen Cart (1.3.8a)


FAQMasterFlex (1.51)

Hosting Billing:

AccountLab Plus (2.8 r14) (Commercial, needs license)
phpCOIN (1.4.1)

Image Galleries:

4images Gallery (1.7.6)
Coppermine Photo Gallery (1.4.19)
Gallery (2.2.5)

Mailing List:

PHPlist (2.10.5)

Polls and Surveys:

Advanced Poll (2.03)
phpESP (1.8.2)
PHPSurveyor (1.0)

Project Management:

PHProjekt (5.2.2)
dotProject (2.1.2)

Site Builders:

Soholaunch Pro Edition (4.9.1 r10) (Commercial, needs license)
Templates Express


PhpWiki (1.2.11)
TikiWiki (2.0)

Other Scripts:

Dew-NewPHPLinks ( SEF w/Thumbshots)
Moodle (1.9.2)
Noah’s Classifieds (1.3 [Patched-1])
Open-Realty (2.5.2)
phpAdsNew (2.0.11-pr1)
PHPauction (3.2)
phpFormGenerator (2.09c)
WebCalendar (1.0.5)

Netenberg does a good job in keeping the scripts version updated with new releases for Fantastico DeLuxe frequently. Fantastico will not auto update the scripts, so you have to keep tab of the new script versions and update them through Fantastico when it is available.

Fantastico has grown massively over its time, and its made itself part of the Web Hosting industry for users who aren’t sure on installing some types of scripts. It certainly makes things easier for everyone.

13 Aug

Latest cPanel v11.25

cPanel was already upgraded to 11.25 sometime ago. Today i will try to write an short summery of the new cPanel version.

New cPanel bring a whole range of new features including the ability to edit DNS zones right from cPanel, an enhanced AJAX interface and more.


cPanel/WHM 11.25 implements some major changes throughout our mailing system. We’ve adjusted the Exim configuration to allow a single process to listen on multiple ports, thereby reducing RAM and CPU usage. In addition to this, we’ve also improved quota lookup efficiency.

RoundCube webmail can now operate using the lightweight SQLite database engine. This gives each email account its own SQLite database, and assigns ownership of the RoundCube process to the cPanel account, for easier process accounting.

Version 11.25 also updates RoundCube, SquirrelMail, and Mailman to their most current versions.


We know that security is important to you. That’s why we’ve added numerous security features to cPanel/WHM 11.25. Our new security token system attempts to prevent cross-site request forgery (XSRF) attacks by appending URLs with a session token in the form of cpsess. When this feature is enabled, absolute URLs are no longer allowed. This new feature helps to ensure a safe environment for you and your customers.

Refined User Interface

We’ve revamped the cPanel home page with even cleaner HTML, and reduced the number of HTTP requests the page sends, resulting in shorter load times. Plus, we optimized the CSS used by cPanel, to speed page loading throughout the entire cPanel interface.

We’ve also overhauled one of cPanel’s most frequently accessed areas: the Email Accounts page. It now combines all the major functionality involved with email accounts into a single page: you can add, search, sort, and delete accounts, as well as change passwords and quotas, all without leaving the page. With its clean new design, this page provides a faster, more intuitive way to manage your email.

cPanel/WHM 11.25 comes equipped with an improved editor for MX (mail exchanger) entries. This new editor allows you to configure multiple mail exchangers with the same priority, for balancing the load on your mail servers.

03 Aug

Windows 7 Review

October 22nd marked the launch of what many critics will agree is a breath of fresh air for many Windows OS users worldwide. Hurray for all the fans who cowered under the scorn of Mac X users who never stopped short of laughing off any Windows product launch; including this one. Windows 7 is unlike its predecessor Vista and XP. In fact, these guys look like they sat down and listed down the weaknesses of both OS and threw in a few additional features and came up with a masterpiece; well almost.

And no, this new release does not beg for drivers, they are already available even for the mostly unavailable video drivers. Windows 7 even works on a normal processor that previously ran Windows XP! Of course it does look like Vista but is lighter, installs faster and is much more vivid and awesome to any user, what with all the appearance options that befall him. It shies away from the annoying UAC (user access control) horrors that plagued the Vista OS. It allows better control and more options for every user and allows multiple access, easier share and one click access.

The beauty is in the advanced easy-to access menu’s transparent UIs (user interfaces) and auto-install lovelies that ensure that all devices detected are immediately available for use. How’s that for glory? Of course, the OS will get the usual bashing in the next few months that plagues every Windows release; but this one will be different as it promises to have less complaints, better compatibility, and ease of use.

Windows 7 comes with the usual versions that have become tradition with Windows; Home Premium, Basic Starter, Professional, Ultimate. This is good news for Netbook users who had nightmares with Vista where drivers were concerned. Windows 7 not only is lighter on the processor, but it proves to be a better and more versatile OS compared to its ancestors and it has the power and looks that they never had. Available in 64-bit and 32-bit versions, the OS has truly delivered as promised.

Upgrading from Windows XP and Vista is easy at lower prices compared to how much the Goldmaster version, that proves to be what every high end PC user must have. The features are standard on most versions, like aero peek, a marvel that allows you to quickly navigate through the many open windows by allowing a sneak preview of them, a taskbar that is a lot less cluttered, a redefined start menu, quick display switching among others.

What is notably absent though; Windows Mail, Live Photo gallery and Movie Maker, is available from the official site. The media player has been revamped and is more better looking, has more tweaks and easily puts iTunes to shame with its device and codec compatibility options. The security features are more precise, though you may still prefer the use of your antivirus. Homegroup option in networking will have you easily share and secure files, printers and any other devices with so much ease, you will love Windows 7 for this fact only. Okay, and its awe inspiring looks too.