If we notice suspicious activity with your email account, we reset the email account password to stop the abuse. When this happens, you are notified by email. Afterwards, you need to: Login to your control panel account and set a new password for your email account. NOTE: Please do not . . . Read more
Mail users can change their passwords in the ServerGrove Webmail. Once they log in, they must click on “Settings” on the top right navigation, then, in the left-hard navigation, click on “Password”.
It’s common for a site, email accounts, and servers to be attacked by internet bots trying to guess usernames and passwords. In the unfortunate case that you get hacked (or just to prevent being hacked), we ask you to review your passwords and change them if they are insecure. But . . . Read more
Your SSH user is the same as the FTP user, so to change the username/password you need to change the domain user in the Setup section of the domain. When you login to Plesk, click on Home on the left menu, then select the domain and then click on the . . . Read more
Learn how to reset your root password for your VPS using the ServerGrove Control Panel.
To reset the password of an email account, no matter if you know or you don’t know the password, follow these simple steps. For Shared Hosting Login to your Control Panel Click on “Mail Accounts” Click on the account you wish to reset the password Click “Preferences” In the “New . . . Read more
Mail users can change their passwords in the ServerGrove Webmail. Once you log in, you must click on “Settings” at the top right navigation, then, in the left-hand navigation, click on “Password”.
Use at least 5 characters The password should not contain mail name as its part Only Latin characters, no “%” character No dictionary words (optional)