Does Webmin or Froxlor support nginx reverse proxy? Mail hosting?

I am looking at adding a panel to my website for an easier method of managing my websites. With that, I was using VestaCP for a while, until the vulnerability issue occurred, and several other package updates caused it to break constantly, with no log.

The one thing I enjoyed about VestaCP was the offering of Nginx Reverse Proxy and an email client for setting up per domain. I’ve looked at both Webmin and Froxlor, and tried their demos, but the one thing I wasn’t able to find in Webmin was managing email accounts and Froxlor didn’t seem to allow nginx reverse proxy.

Now, again though, I could be missing something entirely, or perhaps the community has a better suggestion for me. I will be running 2 wordpress sites and 1 MediaWiki site on my droplet.

I hope this is enough information to help guide me in the right direction.


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Hi there!

If I look at the webmin wiki, I do see they provide management of a postfix mail server. I do not see nginx tho.

Anyway, I suggest you just create a new droplet and test out both panels ;) Thats how I test out panels or new implementations most of the time. I have personally been using ISPConfig for a while, but switched to centos webpanel now. Also Cpanel is a great system!

Tell me if you have setup any neat system