Secure eMail settings that WORK!

Secure eMail settings that WORK!

Secure eMail settings that WORK!

 

Using our secure settings ensures your mail connection is encrypted between your PC and our server. To setup a secure connection, you’ll need to use the secure settings which are below.

Here are all the settings that should most certainly work. First lets look at your incoming mail settings, POP3 or IMAP.

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I was hacked – how to prevent saying those words…

I was hacked – how to prevent saying those words…

I was hacked – how to prevent saying those words…

 

It can come as a terrible shock to hear your website has been hacked. But some of the steps to restoring your website and steps to secure your computer are actually things you should do before you find your site was hacked. Secure passwords are no longer enough and taking some precautions can only benefit you. Having a secure desktop environment greatly improves your websites security. Read More »

What is a web server and why is it necessary?

What is a web server and why is it necessary?

Web Servers are powerful computers that have extremely large hard drives, or an array of hard drives, that have been set up by a hosting company, usually in a facility called a data center.  A web server’s only purpose is to store websites until someone wants to visit them, and then to quickly respond to the visitor’s browser with the site’s contents. Read More »

Creating Backups

Creating Backups

What are Backups? Backups allow you to download (to your computer) a zipped copy of either you entire site (your home directory, databases, email forwarders configuration, email filters configuration) or one of the previously mentioned parts of your site. These are not automatically scheduled backups. Automatically scheduled backups need to be enabled by the server owner / administrator. Read More »