What is Plesk?

Plesk is used for the web hosting platform. It started as the SWSoft and latterly it was renamed as the Parallels. In 2015 is rebranded as the service provider unit Odin. The operating systems supporting Plesk include Fedora, Red Hat, Debian, FreeBSD, SuSE, CentOS, Ubuntu, and Windows.

Plesk is a commercial web hosting platform. Plesk’s control panel allows a server administrator to set up new websites, reseller accounts, email accounts and DNS entries through a web-based interface. Plesk control panel is automated, modular, secured, Internationalised and cost-effective.

To Remove Email Account in Plesk on Windows:

An Email Account can be removed in Plesk by using the command line utilities.

The mail.exe utility serves to manage mail accounts.By using this utility, mail accounts can be enabled or disabled.

The command plesk bin mail.exe --remove <mail@domain> or plesk bin mail.exe -r<mail@domain> can be used to remove an email account in Plesk on Windows.

Plesk add-ons:

Plesk has several software packs that are not part of the main Plesk code.The following add-ons are designated to fully interact with Plesk code.They are

  • Docker support
  • Git support
  • Plesk Security Advisor
  • Multi-Server Extension
  • WordPress Toolkit
  • Developer Pack
  • Security Core Complete by Atomicorp
  • Kaspersky Antivirus
  • Servershield by CloudFlare

To Know more about remove email account in Plesk on Linux: https://www.servercake.blog/remove-email-account-plesk-linux/

Categorized in:

Tagged in: