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Recently my web host informed my that my account was over-quota on disk space usage. Here’s how I tracked down and fixed the problem.
How mail works at Pair Networks.
Your users might not realize that they are reaching the quotas of their mailboxes. Here’s how to check how much space is being used.
Ideally all data associated with a web hosting account is being backed up automatically and often. Sometimes, however, you will want to manually back up some or all of the data. …
How to add an additional domain to a Joomla installation hosted at Pair Networks to point to a particular subportion of that site.
Some clients underuse their web host’s resources and so multiple web sites and clients can be hosted on a single account. Here’s how.
Joomla is a popular and simple content management system (CMS) to run on a LAMP installation.