I own my domain [url] and have a reseller plan on a shared host [url]I have the DNS on godaddy pointed to the nameservers of reyox and on the Cpanel of my domain at reyox I have a forwarding account [url]set to forward to my gmail account.
To the best of my knowledge this has worked flawlessly for years but recently I have been starting to not receive emails from people. I found out when I wasn't getting replies I had been expecting and when I inquired or called the people instead they told me that hey replied... it's been happening over and over again lately.
When I asked my host last week they replied: "We did clear up some mail issues last night, some issues with the queue processing."
However after that it kept happening and now I am at a loss.
I don't know what's wrong nor how to troubleshoot it... It happened with people that are on all sorts of domains (gmail, aol, personal domains etc) and it happens sporadically... It's really frustrating because I don't know what else I am not getting considering that every other day I find out about an expected email I didn't get.
The werid thing is that none of the senders whose emails got lost reported that they received a bounce issue...
how I can address this in terms of troubleshooting it and finding a solution?
Is there some sort of email monitoring services like there are site uptime monitoring services?
I've tried posting 3 tickets (2 support and 1 billing) and so far non of them was answered. 1st ticket I've posted was 11/18/2008 and until now, no response. Has anyone seen their support and billing in action??? my last ticket was for billing canceling my account. They've got good prices but lacking of support people... too bad
Dear Site Point , im looking for some advice on which steps I should now take with my online business which really needs SEO performance to be the best it can but with my current hosting situation and existing customers using a live system things might be complicated.
Im using a hosting company in Europe to run UK Based websites which I have read makes no difference to SEO aslong as you use the Google webmaster tools and define the location. The hosting company offers the use of adding multiple domains to one account which I currently have about 50 so in theory 50 sites are using the same IP Address , I have just read that sites with backlinks to the same IP Address gives your site a big ' 0 ' for SEO backlink results, is this true ? so having " website designed by " has no effect on each of your clients pages.
I have looked into to becoming a reseller on a UK based hosting company but the problem is my customers use one master SQL database for all the products as all my customers even though different businesses all sell similar types of products so they all use the same SQL tables as it made no sense setting up a seperate database for each customer on the same hosting , each customer uses a shared control panel with sessions so everything is secure.
So Should each customer have a reseller hosting account with a seperate database / domain etc which could be a security risk as potentially they could resell the website software.
Keep the virtual overseas hosting (cheaper) and keep all my customers on one account and purchase a dedicated ip address for a primary domain that I sell from to try and boost SEO back links ?
or.....maybe someone could advise something better ? more stable ?
Current BB: readybb.com/cindysommer Current host: readyBB My technical skills: only enough to be dangerous
Thanks in advance to anyone who can help.
My current host is not satisfactory. Support is practically non-existant. I need to know if there is such a thing as a host that will provide transfer services as I do not have the technical ability to do it myself.
I would think the ideal situation would be to copy everything to the new host first, but as much as I've read and read about this for months, I still do not trust myself to do it.
I'm an existing customer of Hosting Company X and notice that they have recently launched an offer that is a higher config than what I have right now, at the same price.
When asked about it, I was refused the higher config citing that new offers are not applicable for existing customers. I've been with them for over a year and have been experiencing very good support from them, but this one issue baffles me.
I have an existing server running cpanel that I would like to change the hostname on. What I am curious about, is the effects on the rest of the server if I go and change it. From what I can tell, the current host name is being used all over the place, and I don't know if cpanel updates everything on it's own, or if I would need to manually update everything after I change the name.
I'm having a problem in my cPanel/WHM on a RHEL3. I installed a webcam and I'm trying to upload the images to an specific directory. The process is simple: the webcam uploads a temporary file to avoid not having a correct JPG version of the image and then renames the temporary file to the JPG. Problem is PureFTD won't premit this last step, renaming, but does permit overwriting an existing file at upload time.
I've been looking in hte PureFTD documentation and can't seem to find the correct configuration flag. I'm probably missing something, any ideas?
I'm trying to integrate the websocket into existing application.Based on my search, i found a websocket module to do this, but it isn't updated yet. URL...
Any chance that the module will be included in Apache ? Also i found in StackOverflow conversation that Apache httpd wasn't design to maintain persistent connection, is that true ? Using WebSocket on Apache server. Should continue using Apache websocket module or using separate websocket server ?
I'm the webmaster for a church website: stpetersbraunstone.org.uk and our domain & hosting renewal is coming up, so I'm looking to see if there's a better deal.
We're with namehog.net (and have been for 2 years with no problems at all) on their Professional package. The renewal fees are 105GBP (web hosting) + 5.90GBP (domain name) + 17.5pc VAT to cover the next 2 years, which comes to 130.31GBP.
The site is powered by WordPress, so PHP and MySQL are needed. And we upload lots of photos, so need at least 250MB webspace I'd have thought. So far, our highest monthly bandwidth usage has been under 800Mb, and our visitor numbers are increasing and our highest monthly figure so far was 401.
Any recommendations gratefully received. There seems to be many different companies out there who offer what I want, so I'm after some personal recommendations please.
I've already used this site to discount streamline.net due to bad reviews. I'm looking at fuzioned.com and redfoxhosting.co.uk - any thoughts? I've also come across no-wires.co.uk - has anyone had any good or bad experiences with them?
And yes, I have submitted my details to the "request quote" thing.
I've created a website for a client using Sitefinity CMS and MS SQL Server 2008 R2. I've transferred the database from my local SQL server to the production server using SQL Management Studio.
I've created a customer and subscription for hosting the website and it's all up and running perfectly. However, I want to automate the backup of the SQL database for the website which I can only do if the subscription knows about the SQL database for that website. So, how do I associate the two? How do I get the database to show up in plesk for that customer such that it can be part of the scheduled backups - and of course also somethign I could restore via plesk if I had too?
The database exists. It wasn't create via plesk in any way, but I want plesk to be able to back it up, and ideally for it to show up in the customers subscription, etc.