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  1. SMTP Access

    SMTP: To send email through our Mail Servers you must first authenticate yourself to the server. This is done to ensure that our servers are not used for the purposes of SPAM or by users who are not customers. SMTP AUTH: To use SMTP AUTH in Out...

  2. Keeping Contact Information Current

    In the Account Manager you can update your information at any time. We ask all our customers to make sure their information is always current. Most correspondence occurs via email. We will always contact you using the email address on your User ac...

  3. UNIX Error Pages

    .htaccess style error pages In the root of your website (/www) you can create a file named .htaccess with lines for each error code and what page they should go to. ErrorDocument 403 /error.html ErrorDocument 404 /notfound.php In that example,...

  4. Using ASPEmail

    Here is a snippet of code to use to access the ASPEmail feature on Windows accounts. <% Set Mail = Server.CreateObject("Persits.MailSender") Mail.Host = "mail.example.com" ' Specify a valid SMTP server Mail.Username = "username@example.c...

  5. Use WS-FTP to upload your files

    This tutorial assumes that you have already created your web page/site and that you have the file(s) saved on your hard drive. Please keep in mind that we highly recommend that you keep a copy of your web page/site files on your computer's ha...

  6. Using FrontPage to upload your site.

    This tutorial assumes that you have already created your web page/site and are ready to publish it to the server. Before you publish, however, take this time to save the web page/site files to your computer's hard drive. This way, you can...

  7. Email Program Setup

    Different email programs have slightly different configurations. Consult your email program help files for program-specific details. General Settings 1) Ports - POP is 110; IMAP is 143; SMTP (outgoing) is 587. 2) SSL should not be enabled....

  8. Access Database Connections

    Without DSN <% Set Cnn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection") Cnn.open "DRIVER={Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb)};DBQ=c:mydatabase.mdb" %> OLE DB <% Set Cnn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection") Cnn.open "PROVIDER=MIC...

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