Bryzar Premium Email

Here’s how to set up the BryZar Premium Email service.


  1. Create a Premium Email Service
  2. Add your mail domain
  3. Add the MX and TXT records in your DNS
  4. Setting up the Mailbox
  5. Activation of Spamexperts

Step One – Create a Premium Email service

  • Log in to the Bryzar client dashboard.
  • Navigate to My Account > Add Service > Premium Email.

NOTE: If you are only adding mail domains on your existing Premium Email Service then no need to do STEP 1. The service account will be manually set up. You will receive the details for the MX and TXT records, as well as the log in for the mail server and anti-spam portal.

Step Two – Add your mail domain

  • Log in to your assigned mail server (
  • Navigate to Mail and click “Mail Domains”.
  • Click “Create Mail Domain”.
    IP Address: receive automatically
    Default Action: Reply Error
    Enable DKIM: Disabled (Note: No need to set the DKIM as it will be set automatically.)

IMPORTANT: If you are adding more mail domains to your Premium Email Service account then you need to submit a ticket for each new mail domain for Spamexperts activation.

Step Three – Add the MX and TXT records in your DNS

  • If using BryZar Premium DNS, follow this tutorial .

    The DNS records are included in the details you received when creating the Premium Email service.

Step Four – Setting up the Mailbox

  • Log into your mail server.
  • Click Mail > Create Mailbox
  • Enter the name for the mailbox such as “info” which would then create an email address of [email protected]
  • You can enter aliases for the mail if you want them. However, we do not allow email forwarding.
  • The password field has a generate capability for generating the password or you can make your own.
  • Once done, click Create. The image below shows the various settings when adding a mailbox.

Step Five – Activation of Spamexperts

After the activation of Spamexperts you will receive the anti-spam account login and the required DNS records.

Replace the MX records you added in step three with the MX records you receive from the Spamexperts activation. No changes need to be done to the TXT records.

Checking and Sending Email

To check mail, you can either use the web interface or an email program. Here’s how:

Using Webmail

To use the web interface, when in the Mail page in your mail server, click Mail Client at the top.

Using SMTP

If you need to use SMTP to send from email clients such as outlook, apple mail, etc., then you will need to create an SMTP account. You can use other SMTP Services or Bryzar SMTP Service.

If using BryZar SMTP, please follow the tutorial to set it up. This is required for sending mail in bulk or more than 10 messages.

Please note that your SMTP user needs to match your mailbox account (e.g. [email protected]).

Using an Email Client such as Apple Mail, Outlook, etc

Note: In order to send mail from an email program, you will need to use an SMTP service. You can use the free BryZar SMTP service or choose another SMTP provider.

To use an email program such as Apple Mail, Outlook, etc follow below. Please note that we do not recommend using Thunderbird as there is a bug that causes issues.

Apple Mail.

  1. Choose Add Account
create email apple
  1. Choose Other Mail Account.
add other email apple
  1. Choose Imap or Pop3 depending on which you prefer. Imap will download the mail and keep it on the mail server, whereas pop3 will download the mail and delete it from the server.
  2. Username: [email protected] (example: [email protected])
  3. Password: this is the password you set when creating the email
  4. Hostname: your email server (example: This will be the same as the webmail domain.
  5. Port (depends on whether you choose Imap or Pop3)Imap: 993
  6. Pop3: 995
  7. Connection Security: TLS/SSL
  8. Authentication: Normal Password
  9. Once saved, if it won’t connect, right click on the mailbox name and choose Edit. This will open advanced settings. You do need to do this step in order to set the SMTP settings.
  1. Choose Server Settings
apple mail server settings
  1. Unclick Automatically manage connection settings
  2. Set the ports to be the same as the settings above.
  3. For Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) set the settings per the SMTP settings from your BryZar SMTP server or your SMTP provider. It’s important to have the sending email the same as the SMTP user name.


  1. Add Mail Account
  2. Enter your email and password and click continue.
  3. If it doesn’t find the correct details as shown above, click Configure Manually.
    1. Make sure the settings match for the port, connection security, and authentication.
    2. Enter the SMTP details from your SMTP host settings in the Outgoing Server configuration.
    3. Make sure Authentication is “Normal”.


  • You cannot forward email as it is not allowed due to spam considerations. It wouldn’t be good if you got spam emails and then forwarded that to your other email such as gmail, as it would cause your email to be marked as spamming and you would get blacklisted. This would cause you to be unable to send mails any longer as gmail, apple, etc would block you.
  • You cannot send more than 10 messages at a time. This is to prevent bottlenecks and possible spam complaints. You cannot send to more than 10 email addresses at a time. Instead, you will need to use an SMTP service, such as the BryZar SMTP, to send mass emails (more than 10 emails at a time).
  • Sending limit is 100 per hour. (Please use our SMTP Service for sending more mails)

BryZar Premium DNS

BryZar Premium DNS is a convenient way for you to manage DNS for your domain. If you need any help in setting up the DNS, please create a ticket and we’ll be happy to assist.

Steps to set up the DNS

You’ll need to be logged in to the DNS manager.

Step One

Add a Zone

  1. Click to register new zone
check mail via webmail
  1. Choose Master Zone
  1. Choose just the two NS, “pns41” and “pns42” , as seen below.
  1. Add your domain and click Create as seen above.
  2. After adding the domain in the DNS you will need to change nameservers at your domain registrar to the nameservers you have selected.

Step Two

Add “A” Records

  1. Add the “A” records by clicking “A” at the top and selecting to Add New Record.
  1. Fill in the details that you received when you set up your server. Leave the TTL as the default setting seen in the image below.

Type: A
Value: your_server_ip_address

Note: You can also add the “www” A record by following the above. For Host, enter www in the Host input box, leave the TTL at default and add your server IP in the “Points to” input box.

Step Three (optional)

This step is only required if you are using our Email services like Premium Email or SMTP Services.

Add TXT Records (for SMTP)

  1. Choose TXT > Add New Record.
  1. Fill in the details that you received when you set up your SMTP server. You can find this info when logged in to the BryZar dashboard > Manage mail > SMTP Accounts. It will show at the bottom under “Follow these steps”.
  1. Leave the TTL as the default setting seen in the image below.

Add MX Records (for Email)

  1. Click “MX” when logged in to the DNS manager and viewing the records for the appropriate domain. Choose to Add New Record.
  1. Fill in the details that you received when you set up your Email. You’ll create two MX records.

Referral and Credit System

Credits Types

1. Regular Credits/Funds

2. Affiliate Credits

  • Credits earned from affiliate/referrals.
  • Can be withdrawn or transferred to affiliate’s PayPal account.
  • No expiration.

3. Free Credits

  • Free Credits can be used as a discount on products and free tier.
  • Not convertible to cash, cannot be withdrawn.
  • Expiration depends on settings or promo.

How to earn

  1. Referrals will enter/use the Affiliate Code to get $50 Free Credits.
  2. Affiliates get $25 Affiliate Credits and $25 Free Credits for each successful referral.
    • Affiliates get the $25 Free Credits once the referral has verified payment.
    • Affiliates get the $25 Affiliate Credits once the referral has reached at least $25 in spending. This means that they added at least $25 funds and have consumed at least $25 in total products not counting the discounts and free credits.


Affiliates can request payout for Affiliate Credits to their PayPal account.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions!

Using BryZar Cloud Apps

The BryZar Cloud Apps can take 2-24 hours to be set up, depending on your order. Once you receive the server details in your email, you’ll need to set your DNS records or use BryZar DNS servers. Propagation of the DNS can take 24-28 hours.

Here’s how to work with the BryZar Cloud Apps:

1. Uploading Files

  • You can access or upload files in Cloud Apps using SSH/SFTP.
  • You can also use web based SFTP such as MonstaFTP ( or a file manager such as Extplorer (

2. Managing Database

  • To access your database you can connect via cli.

    # mysql -h yourdbhost -u youruser -p
  • You can use web based tools such as Adminer ( to manage your database easily.

Note: The database can only be accessed through the app server. You cannot access the database remotely.

3. Adding cron job

  • You can add cron jobs through cli.

# crontab -e

If you need any help with cron jobs, or if you have any questions please feel free to open a ticket.

Create a Database in Virtualmin Panel

  1. When logged in to VirtualMin Panel, select the site you want to add a database into and then click “Edit Databases.”
virtualmin edit database menu
  1. Click “Create a new database.”
virtualmin create database
  1. Enter the database name. In most cases, you won’t need to set the “Additional Options” but if you do, you can click that and set the Collation and Character set. Click “Create” when done.
virtualmin database details


Your database user is the server user. We recommend that you add additional users to the database and don’t use the main user for database access:

Create a Database User in Virtualmin Panel

Your database user is the server user. We recommend that you add additional users to the database and don’t use the main user for database access:

  • Navigate to “Edit Users”.
add ftp user virtualmin
  • Click “Add a user to this server”.
virtualmin server add user
  • After entering in the username and generating a password, click “Other user Permissions” . For “Login Permissions” choose “Email only”. Select the database you want them to have access to. Create the user.
virtualmin select database for user

Scheduling a Cron in Virtualmin Panel

Here’s how to set up a Cron in Virtualmin Control Panel as many scripts require. Cron is a service for executing scheduled commands. You’ll need to be logged in to Virtualmin in order to do the following.

  1. Navigate to Webmin > System > Scheduled Cron Jobs.
virtualmin schedule cron menu
  1. Click “Create a new scheduled cron job”.
virtualmin file manager upload
  1. Choose the user to run as for “Execute cron job as” . (See screenshot below for steps 3-6)
  2. Enter the command to run into the “Command” field. For example, if you want to receive a list of all running processes, enter ps auxw for the command. For more details on commands, please see your script developer.
  3. Normally, you can skip “Input to command.” That’s only used if your command requires input after it begins running.
  4. Description is optional but helps you to know what this cron does in case you have several crons.
  5. Choose how frequently to run your command. By default, it will execute Hourly, meaning it will execute at the top of the hour, every hour. The Run and Time would have been given by the script developer. Check with them if you don’t know.
  6. To enable the Cron job, click “Create.”
virtualmin file manager upload

Any output will be emailed to the root user.

Upload and Extract Files in Virtualmin Panel

Virtualmin Panel includes a file manager where you can upload and extract zip files or any other files.

We recommend uploading files via FTP. However, if you prefer to upload via the file manager, follow the steps below. Step 5 shows how to extract uploaded files, whether they were uploaded via FTP or by the file manager.

  1. When logged in to VirtualMin Panel, select the site you want to upload files into and then click “File Manager.”
virtualmin file manager menu
  1. To the right, you’ll see a list of files on the server, a list of domains, and various buttons at the top middle.
  2. Open the directory you want to upload to. Our screenshot shows the public_html folder open.
  3. At the top click File > Upload to Current Directory. Select the file from your computer then drag and drop it into the popup and click Upload.
virtualmin file manager upload
  1. If you’ve uploaded a compressed file (zip, tar, etc), to extract it click the ellipses to the left of the file and select “Extract.”
virtualmin file manager extract

Installing phpMyAdmin in Virtualmin Panel

If you want to install phpMyAdmin to manage your databases, here’s how.

Note: You first need to have created databases to manage.

  1. In the left menu, click “Install Scripts.”
virtualmin install phpmyadmin menu
  1. Select phpMyAdmin and click “Show Install Options” at the bottom.
virtualmin install phpmyadmin button
  1. Choose to manage all databases or to select databases to manage. Click “Install Now” when done.
virtualmin install phpmyadmin details

Add a Website in Virtualmin Panel

Here’s how to add a website or subdomain in the Virtualmin panel.

  1. Click “Create Virtual Server” in the menu on the left.
create virtualmin website
  1. Enter the domain name you want. If creating a subdomain, click the “Sub-server” button first and then enter the subdomain as you want it.
create website virtualmin domain name
  1. Click “Create Server” if you want to leave the default options as they are (recommended for those without advanced knowledge).


If you want to see the IP of the server, for DNS and other things, you can click “IP Address and Forwarding” which will open to show the server IP.

create domain virtualmin ip address
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