Tag - Domain name

Wed, 1 Apr 2009


Wed, 1 Apr 2009, 09:00

From domain to email in just a few simple steps. No Joke!!!

Well, more half a dozen simple steps than just a few. But it is fairly simple.

Once your domain order is complete, you can associate your domain with your website. You can also create up to five individual mailboxes with your domain. Within each mailbox you will also be able to create as many unique aliases as you wish. Alternatively you can also forward your addresses to external email accounts like GoogleMail, Yahoo and Hotmail, which you already own or have access to.

For a quick introduction on how to set up your email just read the instructions below...

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Fri, 20 Mar 2009


Fri, 20 Mar 2009, 17:38

Transferring your domain to SiteMaker - Lock, Tag and two smoking emails

Transferring your domain name from your current domain name provider to SiteMaker should be easy. But the process can be as complicated as an East End heist gone wrong in a Guy Ritchie film. And what makes matters worse is that it differs between registries, the organisations who have overall control of the specific TLDs (top level domains) e.g. .com, .uk, .eu, .name, .biz, .info. The registries are the domain wholesalers.

Then there are the registrars, who are the domain retailers, better known as domain name providers who have their own rules of engagement. And still the plot thickens. Add to this tags versus auth codes, automatic domain locking, a small matter of confirmation emails and you have the dark underworld of domain name transfer.

But there is a happy ending! Read on and hopefully we'll be able to straighten out the twists and turns of the transfer process...

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Wed, 26 Nov 2008


Wed, 26 Nov 2008, 19:27

Getting Connected: Setting up your Webmail

So you're now the proud owner of a domain name or you've been one for while and you want to set up your email so that you can access it on line.

It's all pretty easy with webmail, you just have to remember to use your mailbox name and not an alias to log in. There are a few other rules but we'll cover those below. So if you need some help, have a problem to solve or you're just curious please read on...

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Thu, 6 Nov 2008


Thu, 6 Nov 2008, 18:05

Getting Connected: Setting up your email client

So you've bought a domain name through Moonfruit, or maybe you've transferred your domain in to us. You want to know how to set it up with Outlook? Or perhaps Mac Mail or even Thunderbird. Any email client (application) that supports POP3 or IMAP (and SMTP) will permit you to set up an account to send and receive emails.

It's fairly straightforward (although using Webmail is even easier) but there are a couple of things you have to watch for. You may find you can't send emails (although receiving is OK) or you find you're sending emails OK but you just don't see them turning up in your Inbox. So, if you need some help, have a problem to solve or you're just curious please read on...

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Tue, 8 Jul 2008


Tue, 8 Jul 2008, 10:00

New release - 08 July 2008

Help, it's another monster release! It's just too big; we can't keep giving away so many new features. The poor development team, they really need a holiday. But it's good news for you and our website builder! So, keep reading...

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