Finding Missing Folders In Webmail

If you cannot find the email folders from your Webmail, they might not be enabled on your mail server.
You may enable them from the Folder Actions (Cog icon) within webmail when you are logged in.
***Note that this is for RoundCube

First, login to your webmail ( using your full email address and account password.

One logged in, click on the “Folder Actions” (Cog icon) on the lower left corner of your screen and go to Manage Folders. The system will automatically give you the Folders section on the left pane of the window. From there, you can check the boxes of the folders you wish to be displayed on your webmail.

How To Install WordPress On CentOS 7 With NGINX

In this article, we will show you how to install WordPress on CentOS 7 running NGINX. You will be needing to follow the commands shown below to install and successfully publish your wordpress site on the web.

Domain name that is pointing to your server’s public IP address
NGINX installed on the server
MySQL or MariaDB installed on the server
Sudo or root privilege on the server
PHP 7.1 or 7.2 installed on the server (in this articles we will use PHP 7.2)

Adding Captcha Protection On Your WordPress Site

Captcha is usually used to protect your website from bruteforce attacks and bots that may abuse your website. This will also prevent spamming on your contact forms.

The most used captcha for WordPress is the Google Captcha (reCaptcha) which we will be using as an example.

To add Captcha Protection on your WordPress site using Google Captcha (reCaptcha) Plugin, you may follow the steps below:

  1. You must be logged in using the administrator account on your WordPress site.
  2. Under the Dashboard, click on Plugins and then click the Add New option on top of the page.

Installing and Securing NGINX with Let’s Encrypt on CentOS 7

What is Let’s Encrypt?

It is a new Certificate Authority (CA) that gives website owners or developers an easy way to get and install a free TLS/SSL Certificate. That means, enabling HTTPS Protocol on web servers. This method has been simplified that a software has been provided to automate the process of the entire installation on Apache and NGINX Web Servers. To know more about Let’s Encrypt, you may visit this this LINK.

In this guide, we will be installing Let’s Encrypt using certbot, the Let’s Encrypt client to get a free SSL certificate that we will be using to enable HTTPS on NGINX running on CentOS 7 environment. After this, we will also be setting up the Auto-Renewal of your SSL certificate.

How To Setup UKHost4u VPN On Your Mac OS Device

From this guide we will show you how to setup the UKHost4u VPN connection from your Mac OS Device.

Before we start, you should have your:


  • Username
  • Password
  • Pre-Shared Key (PSK)


Adding the VPN Connection

First, click on the Apple Icon from the upper left corner of your screen.



Once the drop down menu shows up, click on “System Preferences” as shown below.



A window for your System Settings will then be opened and from there just click on the Network icon.

How To Setup UKHost4u VPN On Your Windows 10 Device

On this guide, we will show you how to setup your UKHost4u VPN Connection from Windows 10.

Before we start, you should have your:


  • Username
  • Password
  • Pre-Shared Key (PSK)


Adding the VPN Connection

First, click on the Start Menu or the windows icon  on the lower left corner of the screen

On the search bar, type in “VPN” and the VPN options will show up. Just click on “Add a VPN Connection” as shown on the image below.





How to login to UKHost4u VPN

This guide will show you how to connect to the UKHost4u VPN. Before you connect, you must have a username and password for your VPN account.

Windows 10

First, hit CTRL + S.


Next, Search VPN and hit “Change Virtual Private Networks” for Windows 10.

Now, select “Add New VPN Connection” and you should see the following:


Here you need to enter the following details:


Connection name: whatever you want (something memorable)

Server name:

Type of Sign-in: L2TP/IPSec with Pre-Shared Key