The default or catch-all address is the one to which all e-mails, addressed to a non-available or mistakenly entered email account at your domain name are routed to. In case someone sends an email to [email protected] and you do not have such mailbox, the catch-all option will forward this email to your default email address.
By default your cPanel account will reject email sent to an address that you have not already setup with a mailbox or forwarder.
Under the Default Address Maintenance heading, select your domain from the drop-down list
(1) and the select the Forward to email address radio button
(2) Enter the address of your catch-all mailbox in the Forward to email address box
(3) Click the Change
(4) button to save your changes.
While is is possible to send all such email to a catch-all address we strongly recommend against this practice as catch-all addresses are prime targets for spammers. Once your domain becomes known, spammers will target random [email protected] – it will be harder to filter spam, as your account will no longer reject email for unknown recipients.
“Where is my .htaccess file?”
1. Access cPanel’s File Manager
2. Select Domain folder and click “Settings”
3. Select “Show Hidden Files (dotfiles)”
Open wp-config.php located in your WordPress root directory and add the following code:
define('AUTOSAVE_INTERVAL', 300 ); // seconds define('WP_POST_REVISIONS', false );
This code will disable all future revisions to be saved and it will also increase your autosave interval from 60 seconds to 300 seconds, so it means your post will be autosaving every 5 minute instead of every minute.