Thursday, 24th of April 2014

Knowledge Base (FAQs)

CPanel (1)

How to Access cPanel

cPanel is the backend that your website uses for administrative tasks. You can use cPanel to setup email addresses, check disk usage, check bandwidth and more. cPanel can be accessed by using the following steps: Step 1) Go to http://www.yourdomain.com/cpanel … Continue reading

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Email Setup (4)

How do I configure my email using Outlook 2013

With Outlook 2013, the latest version of Microsoft's email client brings with it a much cleaner layout and a simple, easy-to-use interface.  Perhaps the biggest, most noticeable change is the ability to view your emails, contacts, and calendar all at … Continue reading

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How do I configure my email using Outlook 2007

Once you have created the account on the server through your CPanel, you can set it up through your mail programme.   Enter the details your email address. The Outgoing SMTP mail server depends on your internet provider (eg. mail.bigpond.com). … Continue reading

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How do I configure my email using Outlook 2003

Once you have created the account on the server through your CPanel, you can set it up through your mail programme.        Enter the details your email address. The Outgoing SMTP mail server depends on your internet provider … Continue reading

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How do I configure my email using Outlook Express

Once you have created the account on the server through your CPanel, you can set it up through your mail programme.           Enter the details your email address. The Outgoing SMTP mail server depends on your … Continue reading

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Website Hosting (1)

The Difference Between Domain Name Registration and Website Hosting

What is the difference between domain name registration vs website hosting vs a website? When a visitor accesses your website, they type in your domain name which is a pointer to your actual website. This is similar to a block … Continue reading

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