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Posted by on January 22, 2020 in |
configure email on thunderbird

There are several Email Client on the market such as Microsoft Outlook, MacOS Mail and Mozilla Thunderbird.  An Email Client is a software that you install on your computer and it allows you to download your emails from the server. Once downloaded you can read and send emails.  An email client and an email server are not the same. An email server is the hardware that transports and stores mails centrally for all the users of an email provider. In contrast, email client refers to what a single user like you interacts with.  This will further explain what an email client is, zoom in on Thunderbird and provide step-by-step instructions on how to configure your email on Thunderbird.

Posted by on January 21, 2020 in , |
use cPanel Control Panel

In this era, having an online presence is a critical part of any business. If you aren’t tech-savvy and hiring a web-developer is not a part of your budget, you’ll need all the help you can get to create a website. That’s where cPanel comes in.

Posted by on December 23, 2019 in , |
cloud platforms vs dedicated servers
Cloud servers have stirred a buzz in the internet technology world. Naturally, a debate about the benefits of dedicated servers versus cloud servers has arisen. Forums and discussion boards have been flooded with questions about which platform is the best. Likewise there are many answers; with cloud hosting at the forefront because of the advantages. We’re going to breakdown the pros and cons of both from a neutral standpoint. We’ll start with an overview of both platforms.
Posted by on December 16, 2019 in , |
access my email using webmail
Communication is the most essential part of any relationship, whether business or personal. That’s why sending emails has become such a popular and integral part of daily communication, especially for business purposes. Webmail creates a very easy and convenient alternative to traditional desktop email service where messages are stored on your own computer.
Posted by on December 9, 2019 in |
Robot Showing how to use and access sitebuilder
Creating a new website or upgrading your old one doesn’t have to cost you a lot of time or money. Simply use a website builder, which simplifies the entire website creation process. It provides you with pre-designed templates and ready-to-use applications and tools. This makes it ideal for beginners.
Posted by on November 27, 2019 in , |
Things to know before starting your own website
Are you bitten by the idea bug that you can’t wait to showcase to the world? Are you thinking of expanding your horizons by taking your business online? Do you want to own your own website? Have you found a suitable domain name? Is your domain name registered with a domain registrar?  Congratulations, you’ve cleared step one of starting your website.
Posted by on November 6, 2019 in , |
Dedicated Hosting Server Room
Whether you operate a small business or a large enterprise, there is a wide range of web hosting options at your fingertips. If you are doing some serious future thinking, looking for more power, flexibility and control dedicated hosting is what you need. Dedicated hosting server allows you to have exclusive use of all the resources on your server.
Posted by on September 2, 2019 in , |
How to use Softaculous
By installing web-apps, website owners are able to add more functions and features to their sites. There are tons of scripts and web-apps available but it can become time-consuming individually installing them all. That’s where Softaculous came in and changed the game completely, making it possible for you to install its over 400+ apps in just one click.
Posted by on August 20, 2019 in , |
What are nameservers
Have you ever wondered how computers identify each other online? Maybe not, but to really understand what nameservers are, we must first answer that question. Computers recognize each other on the internet by using a series of numbers, called an Internet protocol (IP) address.