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 Bandwidth Limit Exceeded

If you go above your data transfer (bandwidth) limit on your account, your website will display...

 Can I host WAP pages on my Unix account?

To serve WAP pages from your domain ... 1. Make a new folder /wap for your wap pages 2. Set the...

 Control PHP settings with custom php.ini

All accounts on our Linux servers now have the ability to fully control your php settings through...

 Creating a "Network Place" in Windows - the alternative FTP

While using a standard FTP client is the normal process for transferring your files to and...

 Firewall and Security Measures

All Linux servers are protected by a number of security measures that are in place for the...

 How do I access the account before the domain is active?

Once your domain name has been registered (or transferred, if applicable), it usually takes...

 How do I use Webmail?

Our Unix Accounts offer a Webmail interface that allows you to access any of your email accounts...

 Instructions for CPanel

We have detailed instructions for Cpanel (the Unix Control Panel) at the following address:...

 Linux Hosting - Getting Started Guide

fter you have completed (and paid for) your order, you'll soon receive your "hosting details"...

 Lost or forgotten my CPanel Login

If you have lost of forgotten your CPanel password, you can easily get a new one emailed to...

 Multi-domain upgrade

The Multi-Domain Upgrade allows you to host an additional 5 "add-on" domains and 5 "parked"...

 PHP4 and PHP5 - Your choice

Due to customer demand, we have upgraded all Linux Servers to use the latest version of PHP5 in...

 PHPSUEXEC - What you need to know.

All Linux/Cpanel servers are now running phpsuexec. This means that your server has a CGI...

 Sending lots of emails

For the benefit of all our customers, we do employ an "hourly limit" on client emails. This helps...

 Setting up email on android mobile phones

Recently with android updating its software it has become harder to set up emails on your...

 Subdomains and FTP access

Here's a brief description about how subdomains on the Unix server works: You create a subdomain...

 Unix mail server rejecting attachments

Our Unix mail server will automatically reject any mail that contains one of the following email...

 What is High Usage (business) hosting?

Our High Usage (Business Hosting) Account is basically a high-spec version of our standard Unix...

 What is the path to....

The full system path to your account is as follows: /home/username/ (where username is replaced...

 Where do I upload my files to?

When you connect to the server using FTP, you will see a number of folders. In order for your...

 Where is the Unix Control Panel

You can access your Unix Control Panel - "CPanel" at the following address:...