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  • Support Centre Home
    to setup a POP3 account on iPhone iPad iPhone5 How to set up a POP3 account in Windows Mail 2011 How to setup a POP3 account in Outlook 2007 How to setup a POP3 account in Outlook Express Setting up my emails ready for migration How to transfer your com net org biz domain name to Names co uk Most Popular Articles How to setup an IMAP account on iPhone iPad iPhone5 iPhone6 How to set up an IMAP account in Mac Mail How to setup an IMAP account in Outlook 2007 How to set up a IMAP account in Windows Mail 2011 How to set up an IMAP account Outlook Express 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

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/general/migrating_from_amen/559/ (2016-02-18)
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  • How to back up my 1 Click Install script
    the page click on the All Installations icon Here you will see a list of all of the applications you have installed Step 5 Click on the Backup icon to be taken to the Backup screen Then click on the Backup Installation button making sure that any databases as well as the directories are backed up Step 6 The backup may take some time but when its complete you will get a message saying that the backup was successful Then click on the Return to Overview link You have now backed up your installation 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

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/hosting/linux_hosting/100_1_click_installs/936-how_to_back_up_my_1_click_install_script.html (2016-02-18)
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  • How to delete a 1 Click Install script
    4 At the top of the page click on the All Installations icon Here you will see a list of all the applications you have installed Step 5 Click on the Remove icon When the page refreshes click the Remove Installation link and the 1 Click Install script will be deleted from our servers 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 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

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/hosting/linux_hosting/100_1_click_installs/937-how_to_delete_a_1_click_install_script.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Importing an existing script into 1 Click Install
    enter the 1 Click Install site Step 4 Choose the software from the list that you want to import In this example its Wordpress so click on Blogs and Wordpress from the list Step 5 Click on Import and then type in the location of the install wordpress for example Then click Import Once the install has been imported you will receive a message similar to the one below Step 6 Click the Home link If the script you are using is not the most recent version you will be requested to update the script Step 7 Click the update icon then on the following screen click Upgrade The latest version will automatically be applied 1 Click Install Powered by Softaculous 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

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/hosting/linux_hosting/100_1_click_installs/938-importing_an_existing_script_into_1_click_install.html (2016-02-18)
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  • How to install a 1 Click Install script
    for example WordPress You will now open the chosen application Click Install On the install screen please be sure to enter the email address that you want to use as the administration address You should also enter an email address in the Email installation details box Please note that In Directory denotes where the installation files will be held If you wish to install the application directly to your domain leave this field empty Once you have done this click Install 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

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/hosting/linux_hosting/100_1_click_installs/1257-how_to_install_a_1_click_install_script.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Common Database Configuration File Locations
    host localhost port driver mysql prefix OSCommerce 2 2 Configuration file location httpdocs includes configure php httpdocs admin includes configure php define DB SERVER PASSWORD new password The password needs to be changed in both files Moodle 2 configuration file location httpdocs config php CFG dbpass new password here Magento configuration file location httpdocs app etc local xml password CDATA new password here password 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 Online Control Panel WebMail Login Network Status Terms Conditions Create Account Set up a names

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/servers/managed_servers/3rd_party_applications/1304-common_database_configuration_file_locations.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Sending Emails via Alternate SMTP Ports
    and secondly it will bypass any outright blocks they have put on the default port If you have tried the above method of using SSL and that hasn t helped you can request that we add additional SMTP ports by logging a ticket with the Dedicated Hosting Support team from your Namesco Online Control Panel stating that you would like additional SMTP ports opened on your VPS Server 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 Online Control Panel WebMail Login Network Status Terms Conditions Create Account

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/servers/managed_servers/email/1244-sending_emails_via_alternate_smtp_ports.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Creating an Email Account (Plesk 9.5)
    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/servers/managed_servers/email/1090-creating_an_email_account_plesk_95.html (2016-02-18)
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