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Plesk is a multi-platform, Web-based software solution that simplifies and automates the administration of Linux, FreeBSD, and Windows servers. It helps Web hosting companies and their reseller clients deliver better, faster service to domain owners by sharing server management with them.


Recent releases

  •  05 Apr 2006 08:16

    Release Notes: Major UI improvements include a quick and efficient task-oriented desktop interface, customizable interface templates, and information about new features. New versions of Autoinstaller, Watchdog, Backup, and Migration components are included. Support was added for MySQL 4.1, PostgreSQL 7.3, mod_jk, PAM auth, APOP, domain aliases, qmail queue management, and remote database servers.

    •  03 Oct 2005 08:30

      Release Notes: Significant improvements were made in UI performance, spamfilter, and migration manager. Horde's components IMPl, Ingo, Kronolith, Mnemo, and Turba are now packaged as separate components. Bugfixes were made in site preview, anonymous FTP, the game server module, and site application pool handling. It's now possible to change a domain owner and hide unused control panel controls. Some security fixes were made. Newly supported OSes include CentOS 3.3, SLES 9.0, and Debian 3.1.

      •  16 May 2005 03:28

        Release Notes: Horde/IMP components were updated. single SSL/non-SSL content can be used for Web sites. Unused control elements of the control panel are now hideable. Support has been added for CentOS 3.3, SLES 9.0, and Debian 3.1 Major bugfixes were made in the UI, application pools, mail/FTP/spam filter/DB subsystems, the game server module, Migration Manager, Backup Utilities, and statistics.

        •  03 Mar 2005 04:45

          Release Notes: Major bugfixes were made in the mail and database subsystems, Plesk CLI, and integration with HSPC. Several crucial bugs in the control panel's appearance were fixed. Significant improvements were made in Backup Utilites. Kronolith calendar was added to IMP webmail. PHP, Apache, and MySQL versions were upgraded.

          •  09 Feb 2005 07:50

            Release Notes: This release features improvements in VZPP/HSPC integration, Mambo CMS, DrWeb support, the auto update mechanism, and general control panel performance. Bugs were fixed in the mail subsystem, upgrade process, migration manager, control panel logic and appearance, ColdFusion support, and in Application Vault.

            Recent comments

            19 Nov 2004 04:55 Kooper

            Re: Different Versions?

            > Is this the same as the versions

            > distributed at

            Yes it is. We were but now we are

            29 Sep 2004 06:22 rackaid

            Different Versions?
            Is this the same as the versions distributed at Just curious as I've not seen PSA on freshmeat before.
            Jeff Huckaby
            rackAID (


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