Change to websmtp.simply.com

We have made a change, so that websmtp.simply.com port 25 now requires SMTP-AUTH, just like port 587 always has.

The change is made to avoid abuse of the service, thereby making sure that all customers will have the emails sent from their websites delivered.

More info can be found here https://www.simply.com/en/support/faq/mail/606/

The server is still only available if you are connecting from within our web servers.

Feature: Restart PHP-threads

We’ve made it easier to restart every active PHP-process on your PHP-webspace. Before, this had to be done through SSH, but we’ve now added a “Restart PHP-threads”-shortcut for this through our Control Panel under the menu “Website”.

It may sometimes be desirable to restart PHP-threads, if they end up continuously using a lot of ressources (e.g. because you accidentally installed a bad WordPress-plugin or something) – this is now a bit easier :)

Enjoy.

Feature: Force HTTPS

We’ve added a clever function to our Control Panel which helps you forward all your visitors to HTTPS.

With the “Force HTTPS”-function the web server automatically makes sure to forward all your visitors to HTTPS, without you having to bother with .htaccess-files or plugins for it.

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