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  • Common Hosting questions
    a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set up a POP3 account in Mac Mail Changing your domains DNS Settings Changing the Nameservers for a domain name Where can I find my FTP details Change FTP password How to reset your Email Password How to reset your Online Control Panel Password Assign Hosting using a Multi Domain Hosting Package Setting up LiteMail on your domain Download our Quick Start Guides Your Online Control Panel Managing Domain Names Managing Emails Hosting Your Domain Renewals More Info Network Status Updates More Info Video Tutorials More Info Support Tickets Log a ticket More Info FTP LOCK Protect yourself from Hackers More Info Our Company About Us Contact Us Work For Us Our Awards Become An Affiliate Sell Your Portfolio Useful Links Online Control Panel WebMail Login Network Status Terms Conditions Create Account Set

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/hosting/common_hosting_questions/245/ (2016-02-18)
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  • What to do if you find your site has been hacked.
    visit an infected site How can I prevent unwanted FTP access The Online Control Panel allows you to remove your FTP access from the accounts you use to manage your sites files remotely We advise you to remove this access from accounts during long periods where FTP is not being used Change your FTP passwords as often as you can The more regularly you change the passwords the lower the risk of your FTP account being used against your site See How to reset your FTP password We recommend you keep the passwords on the accounts difficult to guess When setting a password we suggest that the password be at least 8 characters long and contain a mix of upper and lower case letters and at least one number Any machine used to upload files to the hosting also needs to be checked regularly for all forms of malicious software viruses spyware etc Ensuring that the software you use to perform such checks is run regularly and most importantly kept up to date There have recently been a number of viruses that obtain your FTP username and password from your PC either from the stored username and password in your FTP client or it waits for an FTP connection to open and then saves the username and password you type In both cases this information is then sent back to the hackers There are no security measures that we can take to protect against this as the details are obtained from your PC and the hacker uses your correct username and password to log in How can I prevent a web page being used to attack my site Many sites are created using widely available content management systems CMS such as Joomla or Wordpress The source code for these CMS s are generally in the public domain This allows hackers to identify security holes in these systems quickly but also the CMS developers can release patches and updates regularly to fix them Note If you have chosen to use a CMS or other such 3rd party software for your site you must ensure the live site is kept up to date with all patches and updates released by it s developers For ANY site hosted on Linux Unix services file permissions are a critical aspect of a sites security Ensuring that your directories and files are assigned the least level of access necessary is a key point in preventing a site from being exploited Please read the following article for further information What permissions should I use for a script Note If you are using a CMS or other 3rd party software please ensure you follow the developers guidelines on file and directory permissions Finally if you are unsure what the permissions should be seek advice do not grant world write or execute if you are not certain If the site does not use widely available software then the sites developers need to ensure that it is written with security

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/hosting/848-what_to_do_if_you_find_your_site_has_been_hacked.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Apache hosting platform
    version of PHP your site runs on between the latest 3 releases PHP versions 5 3 5 4 and 5 5 Supports a wide range of scripting languages such as PHP Ruby Python and Perl 5 Fully integrated control panel Administer all aspects of your email and hosting in one place Preview and update your site without FTP Unlimited subdomains and aliases Create databases database users and manage permissions Click here to find out how to regrade your hosting platform Rate This Article How useful was this article Recently Updated Articles Webmail The Basics Subscribing Unsubscribing to Folders Manually Importing Address Book Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain How to add a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set up a POP3 account in Mac Mail Changing your domains DNS Settings Changing the Nameservers for a domain name Where can I find my FTP details Change FTP password How to reset your Email Password How to reset your Online Control Panel Password Assign Hosting using a Multi Domain Hosting Package Setting up LiteMail on your domain Download our Quick Start Guides Your Online Control Panel Managing Domain Names Managing Emails Hosting Your Domain Renewals More Info Network Status Updates More Info Video Tutorials More Info Support Tickets Log a ticket More Info FTP LOCK Protect yourself from Hackers More Info Our Company About Us Contact Us Work For Us Our Awards Become An Affiliate Sell Your Portfolio Useful

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/hosting/1965-apache_hosting_platform.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Billing
    website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set up a POP3 account in Mac Mail Changing your domains DNS Settings Changing the Nameservers for a domain name Where can I find my FTP details Change FTP password How to reset your Email Password How to reset your Online Control Panel Password Assign Hosting using a Multi Domain Hosting Package Setting up LiteMail on your domain Download our Quick Start Guides Your Online Control Panel Managing Domain Names Managing Emails Hosting Your Domain Renewals More Info Network Status Updates More Info Video Tutorials More Info Support Tickets Log a ticket More Info FTP LOCK Protect yourself from Hackers More Info Our Company About Us Contact Us Work For Us Our Awards Become An Affiliate Sell Your Portfolio Useful Links Online Control Panel WebMail Login Network Status Terms Conditions Create Account Set up a names co uk account and get access to a hub of resources and special offers Need Help

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/my_account_billing/billing/280/ (2016-02-18)
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  • PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor)
    add a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set up a POP3 account in Mac Mail Changing your domains DNS Settings Changing the Nameservers for a domain name Where can I find my FTP details Change FTP password How to reset your Email Password How to reset your Online Control Panel Password Assign Hosting using a Multi Domain Hosting Package Setting up LiteMail on your domain Download our Quick Start Guides Your Online Control Panel Managing Domain Names Managing Emails Hosting Your Domain Renewals More Info Network Status Updates More Info Video Tutorials More Info Support Tickets Log a ticket More Info FTP LOCK Protect yourself from Hackers More Info Our Company About Us Contact Us Work For Us Our Awards Become An Affiliate Sell Your Portfolio Useful Links Online Control Panel WebMail Login Network Status Terms Conditions Create Account

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/scripting/php_hypertext_preprocessor/67/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Whitelisting Email addresses in WebMail
    the screen Now that you are in the Preferences section as indicated in the image below on the far left column select Whitelisted Addresses from the next column Write an Email address or a domain name press Enter on your keyboard to go down to the next line add another and so on To remove an Email address or a domain name from the Whitelisted addresses simply delete the Email address or domain name in question and press Save Rate This Article How useful was this article Recently Updated Articles Webmail The Basics Subscribing Unsubscribing to Folders Manually Importing Address Book Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain How to add a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set up a POP3 account in Mac Mail Changing your domains DNS Settings Changing the Nameservers for a domain name Where can I find my FTP details Change FTP password How to reset your Email Password How to reset your Online Control Panel Password Assign Hosting using a Multi Domain Hosting Package Setting up LiteMail on your domain Download our Quick Start Guides Your Online Control Panel Managing Domain Names Managing Emails Hosting Your Domain Renewals More Info Network Status Updates More Info Video Tutorials More Info Support Tickets Log a ticket More Info FTP LOCK Protect yourself from Hackers More Info Our Company About Us Contact Us Work For Us Our Awards Become An Affiliate Sell Your Portfolio Useful Links

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/webmail/2659-whitelisting_email_addresses_in_webmail.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Webmail - The Basics
    ll notice the Shortcuts symbol when you click on this you ll see a list of Keyboard Shortcuts by pressing any of the characters listed you can access other parts of Webmail or action commands without moving or even touching your mouse once you become familiar with them even just the most commonly used ones it becomes just another way to work quicker When in your webmail inbox single click an Email in your inbox you can skip from one Email to the next really quickly using the up down arrows on your keyboard Also if you prefer to read your Emails in full screen you can flick through your messages using the arrow keys on the screen just click these using your mouse You can now use your up and down arrows on your keyboard to quickly switch between Emails press delete on your keyboard to remove any unwanted Emails Hold down CTRL on your keyboard PC or CMD if using a Mac now pressing the up or down arrows on your keyboard will select multiple selected Emails pressing delete on your keyboard or in Webmail will remove them all Using the Address Book Within Webmail it is possible for you to build a list of Personal Addresses and share a list of Global Addresses which will be available to all other users of Webmail on your domain name To add a contact to the Address Book start by selecting the Address Book icon from the menu on the top right of Webmail as shown below From the next screen you ll see that there are two columns the far left is entitled Groups the column to the right of that is entitled Contacts and at the bottom of each is a symbol On the left column the symbol allows you to create a new group by first highlighting Personal Addresses or Global Addresses you will determine if the group you are about to create is to contain contacts only to be seen by you Personal Addresses or by all other users of Webmail on your domain name Global Addresses depending which of the two group types you have selected will determine the parent group of the subsequent new group you create and will be displayed beneath that group as new contacts are added to it Similarly the symbol at the bottom of the Contacts column will add a new Email contact to whichever group you have selected at the time On pressing the symbol the Add contact column will appear Here you can add the details of your Email contacts including contact information their personal information such as their gender and birthday also there s a notes option so if you need to log any additional information about the Email contact even add a picture of them you can do so here If you need to edit the details of a contact select the group your contact exists in from the Groups column click the contact you wish

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/webmail/2660-webmail_-_the_basics.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Importing and exporting address book contacts in Webmail
    you the option to remove any current saved contacts and overwrite them with the newly imported contacts file Exporting contacts Exporting your contacts from webmail is very simple either press Export which exports the contacts to your computers download folder immediately or click the arrow to the right for the options to export the contacts you have selected using your left mouse button with CTRL held down on your keyboard to select multiple contacts or left mouse button with CMD if using a Mac or you can export all contacts at once Rate This Article How useful was this article Recently Updated Articles Webmail The Basics Subscribing Unsubscribing to Folders Manually Importing Address Book Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain How to add a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set up a POP3 account in Mac Mail Changing your domains DNS Settings Changing the Nameservers for a domain name Where can I find my FTP details Change FTP password How to reset your Email Password How to reset your Online Control Panel Password Assign Hosting using a Multi Domain Hosting Package Setting up LiteMail on your domain Download our Quick Start Guides Your Online Control Panel Managing Domain Names Managing Emails Hosting Your Domain Renewals More Info Network Status Updates More Info Video Tutorials More Info Support Tickets Log a ticket More Info FTP LOCK Protect yourself from Hackers More Info Our Company About Us Contact Us

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/webmail/2661-importing_and_exporting_address_book_contacts_in_webmail.html (2016-02-18)
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