itools 9.0

A complete suite of web hosting tools for administrators.
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Awards: Mac Informer Editor Rating 4
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iTools is a powerful application created for website administrators. With this application users have access to a complete suite of tools for securely hosting and managing one or multiple websites. It includes a file manager, MySql powered database, FTP and Mail settings, Traffic Monitor, all customizable and simple to use.

The File Manager allows you to upload files to your website with control over group, flag and owner parameters.

Users can configure multiple DNSs (primary, secondary, reverse zones) for their websites. Ever more so, you may create a FTP server (anonymous or authenticated), with a pre-defined user limit allowed.

MySql management is done via the popular PhpMyAdmin interface.

The Traffic Monitor displays web, FTP and mail requests. It can restrict access to specific users specified in the user management area.

In terms of security, new firewall rules will provide the much needed reliability.

To sum it up, iTools proves to be a flexible solution when it comes to creating and managing websites. It stands as a great alternative to other similar applications.

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Review summary

Pros

  • Remote server settings
  • Certificate management
  • Mail configuration
  • Feature-rich
  • Easy-to-use set of controls

Cons

  • Fails to access certain FTP environments

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The app that Mac Informer found on my machine named iTools. It is correctly displayed, but when it says there's an update available, it links to a different app named iTools that does something else entirely different.

The app I have/want to update is an iPhone data transfer app. The one it links to is some sort of "Apache" related app.

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