Knowledgebase : GENERAL
When it comes to hosting a website on a shared server, there is always quite a common controversial issue: Is it necessary to have a dedicated IP address for your website and why, if you just can use a shared one? Using dedicated IP address provides wi...
CLEAR YOUR LOCAL DNS CACHE [ WINDOWS / MAC / LINUX ] When you connect to a website, it will cache the Domain Name Server [DNS] settings to your machine. Sometimes when you make changes to your DNS, this prevents you from visiting the site at the ne...
WHAT IS DNS? DNS stands for Domain Name System. Think of the DNS as the phonebook of the Internet. You and your clients/visitors know websites by their URL or Domain Name. The Internet only knows websites by their numerical address or IP. When you typ...
GENERAL EMAIL SETUP This article requires that you have your own domain name and a valid email address with this domain name setup. You will need to have the correct password and the domain should be pointing to your QuickHost account. In this example...
This article will address these issues: * Someone is sending from your email address * You're receiving bouncebacks for emails you never sent * You are receiving spam from your own email address * Your contacts say you have sent spam to them...
Using QuickHost.com or 'domain' as the example, we'll review how DNS works. At the top of the DNS chain is the DOMAIN REGISTRAR. Registrars provide registrations for custom Internet domain names like QuickHostcom or yourdomain.com. At the registrar le...
IPHONE EMAIL ADDRESS SETUP _ _ NOTE: Synchronizing an e-mail account to your iPhone copies your e-mail accounts settings, but does not copy your e-mail messages. Whether the messages in your inbox display on both your iPhone and your computer depen...
Yes. Your domain is setup to work both with HTTP://MYDOMAIN.COM and HTTP://WWW.MYDOMAIN.COM. The www stands for world wide web and is no longer required. Many people still type it in though. Of course you can set up your account to redirect people to o...
Headers include identifying information such as the routing information of the message: the sender, recipient, date, and subject. Some headers are mandatory, such as FROM, TO, and DATE. Others are optional, but commonly used, like SUBJECT and CC. Othe...
What Are E-mail Headers? Headers include identifying information such as the routing information of the message: the sender, recipient, date, and subject. Some headers are mandatory, such as FROM, TO, and DATE. Others are optional, but commonly used, ...
For your SHARED HOSTING account you will want to use the following DNS or Domain Name Servers: ns10.webhostmanage.com ns20.webhostmanage.com PLEASE NOTE that DNS changes can take 3 - 24 hours to fully propagate throughout the Internet.