Use cPanel to create mail accounts, autoresponders, and forwarders. You can also utilize cPanel’s account and user-level filtering to help manager your email. Deter spam with Apache, SpamAssassin, BoxTrapper, and even email authentication. Finally, use cPanel’s mailing lists to send out your message to the world.
Monitor your sites disk space usage all while editing and backing up files and folders.
Use cPanel’s security settings to configure password-protected directories, SSL/TLS, IP address denials, and GnuPG Key settings to restrict access. Learn to protect your site with ModSecurity, Leech Protect, and HotLink Protection.
Use MySQL and PostgreSQL to limit access and store large amounts of data.
Identifying your site will be easy with the Simple DNS Zone Editor as well as the Advanced Zone Editor. Also, you will be able to set up subdomains, parked domains, addon domains, and redirects all to point visitors in the right direction.
Use Webalizer and AWStats to get a feel for your audience and track your sites performance.