False Positive

Legitimate permission-based email that is erroneously and incorrectly blocked due to the limitations of current email blocking and filtering techniques. False positives are an industry wide problem. works closely with ISPs to prevent false positives.

Fantastico De Luxe

Fantastico De Luxe is an amazing cPanel/PHP based Web application. It integrates with cPanel and gives you and your clients the ability to automagically install popular Open Source Applications. With Fantastico the installation procedure of all of the scripts takes only seconds and can be performed by novices without the need of setting up MySQL databases, importing structure, chmoding files and without the need of other tasks usually associated with installations.

Create a powerful information portal with this Wiki application with just one click. For more information, visit

For users of Microsoft FrontPage web design software and its later incarnations, you can enable FrontPage extensions on your website to support specific capabilities of FrontPage.

This is the TOTAL number of File Transfer Protocol (FTP) accounts you are allowed across ALL your web sits. To move files to your website, you need to use FTP. You do this with an FTP client such as FileZilla. Each Infuseweb website is automatically set up with an FTP account. Depending on the number of FTP accounts you are allowed, you can create additional FTP accounts for other users, and grant them read only, or write only privileges to specific directories within your web site FTP root. Infuseweb also supports Secure file transfer with FTP using Explicit SSL (if your FTP client supports it).

GD is an open source code library for the dynamic creation of images by programmers. GD creates PNG, JPEG and GIF images, among other formats. GD is commonly used to generate charts, graphics, thumbnails, and most anything else, on the fly.

FREE with the latest versions of our SmarterMail e-mail software, you can share your calendars, taks, and mailboxes with other users in your domain. This is similar to Microsoft Exchange but without the cost or complexity.

If you decide you're not happy with Infuseweb hosting within the first 30 days of signing up, we will refund your money at your request. For more information about our guarantee, please click here. DISCLAIMER: Money back guarantee does not apply to dedicated servers, VPS, or domain name registrations. If you purchased a plan with a free domain name, the cost of the yearly domain registration will be subtracted from your refund.


In cPanel, a tool that processes mail according to your preferences. For example, a filter can automatically discard spam or save mail from a specified sender to its own folder. In cPanel, filters can be applied to the main email account on a domain (Account Level Filters), or customized for each individual account (User Level Filters).


A specific size and style of type within a type family. The font of this text is Verdana. While there are lots of available today, only certain fonts are considered web-friendly.


A tool that lets you forward a copy of every email message you receive to another address. When a forwarder is set up, you will still receive mail at the original recipient address. If, however, you create a forwarder without first creating the original address, messages will be forwarded to the end address without being sent to the original address, as it does not exist.

FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name):

A name that uniquely defines a domain’s location. It is usually seen as with a trailing dot. For the purposes of cPanel, including a final dot is not necessary, but the domain name must contain at least 2 dots.

From/Sender Address

The "from address " or "sender address " is part of the email header that shows the recipient the email address that sent the email. All email clients show the from/sender address when a message lands in your inbox. In most cases, clicking 'reply' will send the message to the from/sender address.

From/Sender Name

The "from name" or "sender name" is part of the email header that shows the recipient who (the person or company) sent the email. All email clients show the from/sender name when a message lands in your inbox.


A discontinued Microsoft® application that allows you to edit your web page in WYSIWYG (what-you-see-is-what-you-get) format, rather than using HTML code. cPanel provides FrontPage extensions, so you can publish your site using FrontPage, allowing you to skip the FTP process. Newer versions of FrontPage allow you to publish your site using FTP or WebDAV. See the FrontPage User Manual for more information about publishing.

FTP (File Transfer Protocol):

A method of transferring files from one computer to another. cPanel comes equipped with an FTP server that can be configured to your preference. An FTP client must be installed on your computer in order to send files to and receive files from the FTP server. Some FTP clients include FileZilla (for Windows®, Linux, and Unix), and Cyberduck (for Mac®).