Designed in Novosibirsk, Russia and was released under the US Company Plesk Inc., which was later acquired by SWSoft (renamed later as Parallels) in July 2003, the Parallels Plesk Panel software package is a commercial web hosting automation program. The program lets a server administration to set up new websites, reseller accounts, email accounts as well as domain name server entries via a web-based interface.
What It Supports?
Further, Parallels Plesk Panel for Windows supports Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008 operating systems while Parallels Plesk Panel for Linux/Unix supports multiple POSIX platforms, including Debian, Fedora, FreeBSD, Red Hat Linux, SUSE and Ubuntu. The Plesk Panel installs custom versions of or manages versions of MySQL and Postgre SQL databases, Apache Tomcat Java platform server, and ColdFusion server.
While I believe that the above basics will help you understand what Plesk mainly is but with this article further, I will be sharing insights on three commonly asked questions (while if you think and thought that you need more information or got more questions, simply reply me via comments below).
Q1. Which Plesk do I have?
Hello, can anyone on this planet earth will let me know that which Plesk I am using. Well don’t worry and don’t panic as the detail of this is with you only. How? Let me tell you, VPS users who choose Plesk as their automation software option will basically have Plesk version 10 installed, which basically includes all Windows Dedicated users and all Windows ASP users while if you got an older Windows Dedicated users, then some of your probably have Plesk version 9 installed.
Q2. How Can I Enable ‘Spam Filter’ for Plesk?
Again don’t worry as the process is pretty simple. When you check the settings under the mail section (if it is installed), then you got the ability with you which lets you turn on spam protections. While if you are on managed plans, then you need not to worry about it as it comes by default installed in it.