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Getting started guide: Web Hosting 1835 liked

When you activate Web Hosting you gain the ability to upload your website files and create personal email addresses. This guide will show you how to get started and enjoy all your web hosting benefits.

Getting started guide: File Transfer - FTP 1760 liked

FTP (File Transfer Protocol) allows you a method of connecting to your Web Hosting allowing you upload, download and manage file on your Web Hosting account.

500 Internal Server Error 459 liked

A 500 Internal Server Error on your website is a generic error that can occur for a number of different reasons.

Add a MySQL databases to your Web Hosting 710 liked

You can easily add MySQL databases to your Web Hosting via your Account Manager.

Adding an IP Address to your Web Hosting 665 liked

You can easily add dedicated IP Addresses to your Hosting Account via your Account Manager.

Changing Quota for an FTP account in cPanel 715 liked

You can change quota for an FTP account from within your Hosting Manager by following the below instructions.

Check MySQL with Telnet 461 liked

If, after confirming the credentials you are still seeing an issues accessing a MySQL database, you can use Telnet to further test the connection.

Connect to with FTP using Special FTP accounts 675 liked

You can connect to FTP using your Special FTP accounts via the Hosting Manager.

Create a new database with MySQL database wizard 298 liked

The Hosting Manager includes a MySQL Database Wizard that quickly walks you through the setup for creating a new MySQL database.

Creating an Addon domain 668 liked

An Addon domain is a domain with its own unique content and own domain name. Addon domains allows you to host multiple websites with there own directory from a single Web Hosting plan.

Database connection error with WordPress 1608 liked

A database connection error means that a program/widget running on your site is not able to communicate with the MySQL database service to retrieve data, this will display as errors on your web site.

Disable the wp-cron.php in WordPress 488 liked

WordPress uses a file called wp-cron.php, also known as an internal Wordpress cron, to run scheduled tasks such as automated publishing scheduled posts, checking for plugins, theme updates, sending notifications and more.

Do I need Web Hosting? 547 liked

You will need Web Hosting if you want to load a website on the Internet on your domain name. Web Hosting also will give you the ability to create private email addresses for your domain name.

Do you have custom Web Hosting plans? 645 liked

Yes, all hosting plans can be customised within the Account Manager, purchase any hosting plan and upgrade as you need within the Account Manager. If you require any specific options please contact us

Editing files with File Manager in Web Hosting 765 liked

You can edit files directly on your server using the File Manager code editor. This is sometimes called Editing on the fly.

How do I redirect a domain name to my Web Hosting? 1568 liked

Adding another domain to your Web Hosting account is easy and can be achieved by adding an Addon or Parked domain in your Hosting Manager and setting the domains name servers.

How stop over websites linking to my images 652 liked

This is called Hotlinking, where an image is displayed on a website by direct linking to the same image on your website.

How to access MySQL manager 632 liked

You can access and manage your MySQL databases through your Hosting Manager.

How to access phpMyAdmin 590 liked

You can access and manage all your files using phpMyAdmin through your Hosting Manager.

How to access the File Manager 713 liked

Your Hosting Manager has a built in File Manager so you can view, edit, add, and delete files within your Web Hosting storage and website.

How to access the Hosting Manager 541 liked

The Hosting Manager (also known as cPanel) can be accessed several different ways. The quickest it via using the Hosting Manager option after clicking Account Manager.

How to add a MySQL user 659 liked

In order to use MySQL you need to assign a user. This can easily be completed via the MySQL manager within your Hosting Manager.

How to backup a database with phpMyAdmin 638 liked

Maintaining frequent backups of not only your website but it's databases is a globally recommended step to giving you peace of mind and avoiding dreaded data loss. Follow this guide to create a new back up.

How to backup MySQL database 659 liked

Maintaining frequent backups of not only your website but it's databases is a globally recommended step to giving you peace of mind and avoiding dreaded data loss. Follow this guide to create a back up.

How to backup your Website files 716 liked

Maintaining frequent backups of your website is a globally recommended step to giving you peace of mind and avoiding dreaded data loss. Follow this guide to create a new back up.

How to block an IP address to my website 688 liked

The IP Deny Manager is a feature in cPanel that allow you to block a range of IP addresses to prevent them from accessing your site.

How to cancel your Web Hosting 633 liked

You can cancel your Web Hosting anytime within your Account Manager.

How to change PHP versions 692 liked

If, for whatever reason, you need to use a more recent version of PHP for your website you can do so by following this simple guide.

How to change the default Index page in htaccess 688 liked

The default order of index file names most servers look through is index.htm, index.html, index.php, and finally default.htm. You can change this by editing the htaccess file via the Hosting Manager.

How to change the Email Account password 1500 liked

It is recommended you change the passwords on your email accounts regularly to maximise your email security. You can update email passwords quickly and easily using the Hosting Manager.

How to change the PHP time zone using php.ini 653 liked

If you notice the incorrect time displaying in your PHP scripts it is likely that the hosting server is in a different time zone. You can set your desired time zone using the php.ini file.

How to change your cPanel hosting password 636 liked

Your cPanel password can be changed from within the Hosting Manager. This guide will show you how to update your password quickly and easily.

How to change your PHP version in cPanel Hosting 945 liked

Our Web Hosting service give you the option to run different versions of PHP (5.2, 5.3, 5.4) on your account. If you require another version, please contact us.

How to check CGI scripts installed 638 liked

You can check your all CGI scripts installed with your Web Hosting through the Hosting Manager.

How to check MySQL database for errors 610 liked

You can check your MySQL database for any errors within your Hosting Manager.

How to check the Hosting Server specifications 897 liked

The web hosting and email hosting server specification can be checked within your Hosting Manager.

How to check the Network Status for your Web Hosting 694 liked

You can check the Network Status of your Web Hosting within your Account Manager under the Web Hosting profile or within the Hosting Manager control panel.

How to create a MySQL database and User 662 liked

Before you can use a MySQL database you need to create it and a user to access it. You can do this from your Hosting Manager.

How to create a phpinfo page 666 liked

A phpinfo.php file is a file that makes it easier for you to see information about the configuration of your server. Follow this guide for simple instructions to create your phpinfo.php.

How to create a Subdomain 528 liked

Subdomains are a way of creating separate accounts within your master account, which are accessed as separate domain name. They can be created within your Hosting Manager domain section.

How to create Apache Handlers 638 liked

You can configure the Apache web server to handle a specified file type or extension for your website with an existing handler.

How to create custom Error Pages 659 liked

An error page displays on your website when a visitor views a page that cannot be found or when a page has errors. This page can be customized within your Hosting Manager.

How to delete a Parked domain name 1549 liked

You can easily delete a Parked domain name via the Hosting Manager.

How to delete FTP users 700 liked

You cannot delete the primary FTP user, but you can remove any additional FTP users you have created.

How to delete MySQL database 652 liked

Deleting a MySQL database is permanent and cannot be restored. Databases can be deleted via the MySQL Database section within the Hosting Manager.

How to fix a MySQL database 631 liked

You can check your MySQL database for any errors and fix these within your Hosting Manager.

How to fix internal server error in WordPress 871 liked

If you get an Internal server error in Wordpress, the possible causes of this are due to a plugin, theme or an htaccess file that is corrupted.

How to fix Joomla memory exhausted error 652 liked

A common error with open source software like Joomla, WordPress, and Moodle is the PHP Allowed memory size error. This can be changed by editing the php.ini file.

How to fix the Moodle memory exhausted error 646 liked

A common error with open source software like WordPress, Moodle, and Joomla is the PHP Allowed memory size error. This can be changed by editing the php.ini file.

How to fix WordPress memory exhausted error 673 liked

A common error with open source software like WordPress, Moodle, and Joomla is the PHP Allowed memory size error. This can be changed by editing the php.ini file.

How to FTP with Internet Explorer 10 806 liked

Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 is a popular web browser which also supports FTP (File Transfer Protocol). This tutorial will show you how to connect to your web hosting account via FTP using the Internet Explorer browser.

How to FTP with Internet Explorer 7 or 8 806 liked

Microsoft Internet Explorer is a popular web browser which also supports FTP (File Transfer Protocol). This tutorial will show you how to connect to your web hosting account via FTP using the Internet Explorer browser.

How to host multiple websites 664 liked

If you have registered multiple domain names and wanted to create a website for each, this is possible by adding those domains as an Addon Domain and point it to the correct folder.

How to increase PHP memory limit 579 liked

A common error with open source software like WordPress, Moodle, and Joomla is the PHP Allowed memory size error. This can be changed by editing the php.ini file.

How to Install One Click Apps 645 liked

You can install 100's of free apps instantly through your Hosting Manager, the new One Click Applications makes life easy by auto installing applications into your hosting account.

How to install WordPress with FTP 87 liked

WordPress can be installed through FTP, however we recommend for faster and easier installation using the One Click Install App located in your Hosting Manager.

How to login to cPanel Hosting 236 liked

cPanel (also known as the Hosting Manager) can be accessed several different ways. The quickest it via using the Hosting Manager option after clicking Account Manager.

How to make the php.ini recursive in the .htaccess 770 liked

The PHP settings defined in your php.ini file are not recursive. What this means is that they do not modify settings in any child folders (which are subdirectories of the current directory).

How to manage MySQL user privileges 631 liked

You can access and manage your user privileges through your Hosting Manager.

How to password protect a directory 673 liked

This allows you to store sensitive material online and restrict the material to authorised users only. You can password protect a directory using the Security section of your Hosting Manager.

How to perform a full backup of your Web Hosting 673 liked

You can perform a full backup of your Web Hosting any time you like, which includes all of the files in your home directory, your MySQL databases, and your email forwarders and filters.

How to redirect a Subdomain to another page 710 liked

You can redirect any created subdomain to another page within your the Hosting Manager.

How to reset my FTP Login and Password 438 liked

If you have forgotten your FTP account password, or just want to change it, you can easily change it in Hosting Manager. Simply follow this quick and easy guide.

How to reset your cPanel password 692 liked

If you have misplaced or forgotten your cPanel (Hosting Manager) password you can request a reset by clicking My Account, selecting Hosting Manager and clicking Lost password.

How to reset your Hosting Manager password 579 liked

Your Hosting Manager (cPanel) password can be changed from within the Hosting Manager. This guide will show you how to update your password quickly and easily.

How to restore a database backup with phpMyAdmin 630 liked

You can import your backup database file to the mySQL database by first logging in to your Hosting Manager and selecting databases.

How to restore MySQL database backup 644 liked

Maintaining frequent backups of not only your website but it's databases is a globally recommended step to giving you peace of mind and avoiding dreaded data loss. Follow this guide to restore a backup.

How to restore your Website backup files 602 liked

Maintaining frequent backups of your website is a globally recommended step to giving you peace of mind and avoiding dreaded data loss. Follow this guide to restore a back up.

How to run a Cron job 632 liked

Within your Hosting Manager, you can setup Cron Jobs to run Unix commands and/or automate the execution of your PHP, Perl, or Python Scripts.

How to setup a Cron Job 730 liked

You can quickly and easily set up Cron Jobs via the Hosting Manager. Under the Advanced section you can setup Cron Jobs to run Unix commands and automate the execution of your PHP, Perl, or Python Scripts.

How to setup a Remote MySQL Connection 658 liked

You may want to connect to a MySQL database remotely so that you may access dynamic content from another server or third party software. You can quickly and easily set this up via the Hosting Manager.

How to setup cPanel hosting notifications 960 liked

You can setup cPanel notifications within the Hosting Manager keeping you informed when you reach your disk quota, bandwidth limits or when email accounts approaches or is over quota.

How to setup domain name Parking 1303 liked

You can set up a domain name that you own to point to another domain name. This is known as parking a domain and can be created created within your Hosting Manager domain section.

How to setup multiple users for FTP 680 liked

You can create FTP accounts through your Hosting Manager and allocate access for different files within your Hosting Account.

How to show htaccess (hidden file) with File Manager 613 liked

The. htaccess is a hidden plain text files that is used to configure the details of your website without needing to alter the server configuration files.

How to terminate FTP connections 652 liked

You can use the FTP Session Control function to check who is currently logged into your site through FTP and terminate any FTP connections to your site if needed.

How to uninstall One Click Apps 631 liked

One Click Apps can be accessed, updated, edited, backed-up, cloned, and uninstalled through your Hosting Manager.

How to upgrade Linux Web Hosting to Windows 666 liked

Windows Hosting package is offered as an upgrade to any existing Linux Hosting. You can either add this when first ordering your Web Hosting or apply the upgrade via the Account Manager later.

How to upgrade Web Hosting 611 liked

Almost any possible upgrade to your Web Hosting account can be made instantly through your Account Manager.

How to use multiple PHP versions 806 liked

You can run multiple PHP versions on one account, this may be required for applications requiring different PHP versions from others on your web site.

How to use the Public_FTP folder 576 liked

The public_ftp folder is deactivated by default for security purposes. It is normally used for anonymous logins via FTP.

How to view Error Logs in cPanel 639 liked

You can easily view the Error Logs of your website via the Hosting Manager. This function will display the last 300 errors for your site.

How to view Latest Visitors to your website in cPanel 617 liked

cPanel hosting manager shows a report of all the latest visitors to your site. Follow this guide to view the visitor summary.

How to view your Web Hosting storage limits 673 liked

The Hosting Manager Web Space Viewer will allow you to view an overview of all available storage.

I accidentally deleted the Public_Html or WWW Folder 216 liked

Your website will still load properly if you delete the www folder, but you will need to restore your Website Backup files if you accidentally Delete the public_html folder.

I cannot send using SMTP, how do I fix this? 1404 liked

Presuming it has been correctly configured then it is likely due to your ISP blocking access to the server. This article will guide you through the troubleshooting steps.

I don't have a php.ini file 231 liked

The php.ini file, by default, is located in the public_html file. Only users running on a server with PHP loaded as a CGI module will have a php.ini file.

I have a database connection error 1285 liked

A database connection error means that a program/widget running on your site is not able to communicate with the MySQL database service to retrieve data, this will display as errors on your web site.

I lost the MySQL database user/password 306 liked

Unfortunately, if you lost the password of your MySQL database user, you will have to create a new user with a new password, and then Add that user to the MySQL database.

If I cancel my Web Hosting, will this cancel my domain name? 2411 liked

No, If your domain is registered with Crazy Domains, the cancellation of your Web Hosting services will not affect your domain.

Increase the File Upload size in php.ini 1295 liked

If you need to increase the maximum upload file size (upload_max_filesize), you can do so via a setting that can be changed in the php.ini file.

Increase the File Upload size in WordPress 265 liked

One of the most common issues that occur with Wordpress and other PHP-based, is the maximum upload file size (upload_max_filesize). This is a setting can be changed via the php.ini file.

Installing WordPress on my Web Hosting 5544 liked

This step-by-step tutorial will guide you through the correct way to install WordPress using the instant one click install App within your Hosting Manager.

My WordPress site is displaying a blank page 585 liked

Many customers using WordPress have an issue where their web site is showing a blank page. This blank page is typically caused by 2 reasons, a PHP Error or exhausting the memory limit.

Setup a new FTP Account 410 liked

You can create FTP accounts and allocate access for different files within your Hosting Manager under the FTP Accounts section.

The size limit of MySQL database 99 liked

The MySQL database size is limited only by the size offered by your Web Hosting plan.

Updating the hosting FTP password 867 liked

It is a good idea to regularly change your password regularly to maximise your websites security. You can update FTP passwords quickly and easily using the Hosting Manager.

Uploading to Addon domains 665 liked

Addon domain folders are very similar to subdomains. If there is an addon domain on your account, the main folder is also under the public_html folder.

Uploading to Subdomains 673 liked

If your subdomain is http://store.example.com, then the root folder would be public_html/store.

Using Analog Stats to view Website Statistics in cPanel 720 liked

Analog Stats produces a simple summary of all the people who have visited your site. This guide will show you how to read and where to locate your Analog Stats.

Using Awstats to view Website Statistics in cPanel 694 liked

You can use several built-in statistic reports in cPanel and Awstats is the most popular of them. This guide will show you how to read and where to locate your Awstats.

Using CuteFTP to upload 677 liked

CuteFTP is popular File Transfer Protocol (FTP) software from GlobalSCAPE which is available on both Windows and Macintosh platforms.

Using Cyberduck (Mac) to upload 680 liked

Cyberduck is a free FTP program for Mac OS X. It allows you to transfer files between your local computer and a server on the Internet. This is a quick guide to get you started.

Using Fetch (Mac) To Upload 585 liked

Fetch is an FTP program for Mac OS X. It allows you to transfer files between your local computer and a server on the Internet. This is a quick guide to get you started.

Using FileZilla to upload 688 liked

FileZilla is powerful, yet free software with drag-and-drop capability for transferring files over the Internet to your web server.

Using Notepad++ to upload 671 liked

The Notepad++ program allows you to edit, upload and create files on your web server. It's another popular method of editing and uploading your files. This is a quick guide to get you started.

Using PHP FormMail 875 liked

FormMail.php is a generic WWW form to e-mail gateway. In short it allows for information entered into a web form to be emailed to you.

Using SmartFTP to upload 645 liked

SmartFTP is an FTP Terminal client. It allows you to transfer files between your local computer and a server on the Internet. This is a quick guide to get you started.

Using Windows 7 to upload 644 liked

Microsoft Internet Explorer is a popular web browser which also supports FTP (File Transfer Protocol). This tutorial will show you how to connect to your web hosting account via FTP using the Internet Explorer browser.

Using Windows 8 to upload 677 liked

Microsoft Internet Explorer is a popular web browser which also supports FTP (File Transfer Protocol). This tutorial will show you how to connect to your web hosting account via FTP using the Internet Explorer browser.

Using Windows Vista to upload 631 liked

You can use Windows Vista Network Places as your FTP Client. This tutorial will show you how to connect to your web hosting account via FTP using the Internet Explorer browser.

Using WS FTP to upload 638 liked

To use Ipswitch WS FTP to upload your Website You will need to have your FTP settings on hand in order.

Web Hosting showing as Pending Setup 990 liked

If you have just purchased your web hosting, the new web hosting maybe still be pending setup due to security credit check. Please allow 24 hours for activation or contact our support team.

What are Special FTP accounts? 7 liked

Special FTP Accounts are FTP accounts that are linked to aspects of your hosting account.

What folder should I upload my Files in? 345 liked

You will need to upload all your website files to the root public_html folder.

What is a MySQL database? 15 liked

A MySQL Databases is one of the most popular and common database types used for building website and applications. MySQL allows you to store lots of information in an easy to access manner.

What is a Subdomain? 195 liked

Subdomains are a way of creating separate websites within your master web hosting account which are accessed as separate URLs, such as timber.hardware.com.

What is an Addon domain? 1072 liked

An Addon domain is a domain with its own unique content and own Domain Name but its files shares the same server with your primary domain and it can be managed from your primary domain's cPanel account.

What is Cloud Hosting? 562 liked

Cloud Hosting consists of several Web Hosting servers built for high performance in a blazing fast cloud across multiple servers for maximum site speeds and network reliability.

What is the difference between Subdomains, Addon domains and Parked domains? 357 liked

A Subdomain is for creating separate domains from your main domain. Addon domain is new domain connected to your hosting. Parked domain will redirect to a website. Read more here.

What is the .htaccess file? 276 liked

The. htaccess is a hidden plain text files that is used to configure the details of your website without needed to alter the server config files.

What is the path to the Perl and public_html folder? 681 liked

The location of the perl and public_html folder is important for configuration, coding and files related to your website.

What is Web Hosting? 420 liked

Think of your web domain as like your street address. You have an address, but you still need to have a house. That house is your Web Hosting.

What the total MySQL databases can I add 169 liked

The amount of MySQL databases that comes with your Hosting Plan depends on the plan your specifications.

What web hosting control panel do you use? 582 liked

All our web hosting plans come standard with the world's leading cPanel hosting control panel.

Where is my php.ini file? 566 liked

The php.ini file, by default, is located in the public_html file. Only users running on a server with PHP loaded as a CGI module will have a php.ini file.

Which file loads first? 99 liked

If no particular file is specified, the directory index file will be the first file the server loads from a folder. By default the server will load index.htm, index.html, index.php, and finally default.htm.

Can I upgrade my Email Hosting to Web Hosting? 2305 liked

Yes, you can upgrade your Email Hosting plan to Web Hosting any time using your Account Manager.

Checking Port 25 is not blocked 953 liked

If you are unable to send email, you first should verify that all information and configuration is correct in your email client. This article will run you through the recommended configuration.

Do I need Email Hosting? 2151 liked

You will need email hosting if you want to use your domain name to setup personal or business email accounts. To create your own name@domainname.com email address you need Email Hosting.

Enabling Email Hosting spam filter 1534 liked

To enable spam filter, you must access the Spam Manager and enable the SpamAssassin.

How do I check my Email? 1638 liked

There are many ways you can check your email. You can use an email client on your PC, Mac, tablet or smartphone, or you can access it via Webmail using any internet browser.

How to access your Webmail 155 liked

You can access your email from anywhere in the world using webmail. This article will quickly show you how.

How to add a signature on Webmail 646 liked

A signature allows you to use a uniform, consistent and branded sign off to all emails you send. Adding a signature is easy via the Webmail console.

How to create a POP or IMAP Email Account in the Hosting Manager 947 liked

POP3 downloads and removes your emails from the server, while IMAP leaves them on the server. Using IMAP allows you to use Webmail to view sent and received mail.

How to create an Email Account 686 liked

Before you can use email, you must create the email account in the Hosting Manager. This article will show you how to create your very own email address in just minutes.

How to delete a Catch All Email Account 1833 liked

If you have set up a catch all to receive all email sent to your domain, you can delete it via the Email section of the Hosting Manager.

How to increase the storage limit of your Email Account 1665 liked

Yoг can easily change the storage limit of your Email Account via Account Manager.

How to reset my Email password 493 liked

It is recommended you change the passwords on your email accounts regularly to maximise your email security. You can update email passwords quickly and easily using the Hosting Manager.

How to setup a Catch All Email Account 1540 liked

Normally if an email is sent to an unknown address on your domain name, the sender will receive a bounce back. A catch all allows you to receive any mail sent to your domain name. This guide will show you how to set it up.

How to setup Android to send and receive Email 1267 liked

You can quickly and easily set up your email address on any Android device with internet access, this guide will show you how.

How to setup Blackberry to check your Email 1970 liked

Your BlackBerry® smartphone allows you to send and receive email from up to 10 supported email accounts. This guide will show you how to set it up.

How to setup Email Forwarding 1076 liked

Email forward allow you to automatically forward email sent to one email address to another email address or even multiple addresses. You can manage these via the Email section of your Hosting Manager.

How to setup Entourage 2008 to check your Email 1814 liked

The following instructions describe in detail how to create and setup your email account when using Microsoft Entourage 2008.

How to setup Eudora to check your Email 1807 liked

Eudora is free alternative email program that can run on both PC and Mac. This tutorial shows you how to configure Eudora to retrieve email from your email account.

How to setup Galaxy S phone to check your Email 1204 liked

You can quickly and easily set up your email address on any Samsung Galaxy S device with internet access, this guide will show you how.

How to setup iPhone or iPad to check your Email 2886 liked

In this tutorial we will show you quickly how to setup your iPhone or iPad to check and send email.

How to setup Mac OS X Mail to check your Email 444 liked

Mail is the default email program that comes with Mac OS X. This tutorial shows you how to configure Mail to retrieve email from your email account.

How to setup Outlook 2003 to check your Email 1534 liked

Microsoft Outlook is an easy to use, yet advanced mail software that comes with Microsoft Office. In this tutorial we will show you quickly how to setup Microsoft Outlook 2003 to check your email.

How to setup Outlook 2007 to check your Email 1486 liked

Microsoft Outlook is an easy to use, yet advanced mail software that comes with Microsoft Office. In this tutorial we will show you quickly how to setup Microsoft Outlook 2007 to check your email.

How to setup Outlook 2010 to check your Email 972 liked

Microsoft Outlook is an easy to use, yet advanced mail software that comes with Microsoft Office. In this tutorial we will show you quickly how to setup Microsoft Outlook 2010 to check your email.

How to setup Outlook 2011 for Mac to check your Email 993 liked

Microsoft Outlook 2011 was built for the Mac computer. In this tutorial we will show you quickly how to setup Outlook 2011 to check your email.

How to setup Outlook 2013 to Check your Email 758 liked

Microsoft Outlook is an easy to use, yet advanced mail software that comes with Microsoft Office. In this tutorial we will show you quickly how to setup Microsoft Outlook 2013 to check your email.

How to setup Outlook Express for Mac to check your Email 2039 liked

Outlook Express is popular POP/IMAP email software from Microsoft which is available on both Windows and Mac platforms. This tutorial shows you how to configure Outlook Express to retrieve mail from your email account.

How to setup Outlook Express to check your Email 1947 liked

Outlook Express is popular POP/IMAP email software from Microsoft which is available on both Windows and Mac platforms. This tutorial shows you how to configure Outlook Express to retrieve mail from your email account.

How to setup Spam filter rules 638 liked

You can enable spam to automatically delete messages when they are received using a filter rule, this can be managed through Hosting Manager control panel.

How to setup Thunderbird for Mac to check your Email 1809 liked

This tutorial shows you how to configure Thunderbird to retrieve email from your email hosting account.

How to setup Thunderbird to check your Email 1558 liked

This tutorial shows you how to configure Thunderbird to retrieve email from your email hosting account.

How to setup Vista Mail to check your Email 2073 liked

Windows Vista Mail is the default email software that comes with Windows Vista. The following instructions describe in detail how to create and setup your email account by using the Vista Mail.

How to setup Webmail 763 liked

Webmail is an online program that allow users to view, send and manage email from anywhere in the world, all you need is internet access. This guide shows you how to get started.

How to setup Windows Live Mail to check your Email 1364 liked

Windows 7 comes with a free email client Windows Live Mail that you can use to send and receive emails. This guide will show you how to set up Windows Live Mail.

How to upgrade Email Hosting 2010 liked

Need more email addresses? You can quickly and easily upgrade your Email Hosting plan via the Account Manager.

Subscribing to your IMAP Inbox in Outlook 2013/Office 365 667 liked

After setting up Outlook 2013/Office 365 as IMAP we recommend subscribing to you inbox so you can see your folders such as Sent, Draft and Trash on all devices. This article will guide you.

What are your Mail server setting? 3122 liked

To setup your email you will need to connect to our incoming and outgoing mail servers, make sure you use the following settings for your mail servers.

What happens if my Mailbox is full? 373 liked

If your mailbox is full, New emails will then not be delivered and return to sender saying mailbox is full.

What is Email Hosting? 1910 liked

Email Hosting gives you dedicated, personalised email accounts for your website. Want customers or site visitors to have a clear way to contact you? That’s Email Hosting.

What is the different between IMAP and POP3? 885 liked

IMAP leaves all sent and received email on the server, while POP3 downloads and removes your emails from the server. Using IMAP allows you to use Webmail to view sent and received mail.

What to do, if you have problems Sending Mail 330 liked

If you are unable to send email, you first should verify that all information and configuration is correct in your email client. This article will run you through the recommended configuration.

Will I lose my Emails if I upgrade to Web Hosting? 932 liked

You will not lose your emails if you upgrade to Web Hosting from another Crazy Domains product. This guide will show you how you can quickly and easily upgrade to Web Hosting.

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