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Outlook 2010: How to Save or Remove Emails from the Server

In this article we will cover how to configure Outlook 2010 to save/remove emails on the server when using POP3 after downloading them to Outlook.

This article ONLY applies to POP3 connection types.

1) Open Outlook

2) Click File

3) Click the Account Settings button

4) Select the Account Settings button from the drop-down

5) Double click on the email you wish to edit.

6) Click the More Settings button

7) Click the Advanced tab

8) If you wish to keep the email on the server, click Leave a copy of messages on the server
 

9) If you wish to automatically delete them from the server after a cretin time period, click Remove from server after, then pick the number of days you wish to keep them.

Please note that removing emails from the server does NOT remove them from your outlook. However, you will no longer be able to download them again in the future. Make sure you backup any email you wish to keep if you need to re-install outlook for some reason.

You can also automaticly remove them from the server when you delete the message in outlook by clicking Remove from server when deleted from Deleted Items 

That’s it! You now know how to keep/remove emails from the server after you have downloaded them to outlook.

If you are still having issue, please open a support ticket under: http://secure.pamirwebhost.com/submitticket.php

Managing Your Database with Applications

There are many applications that can be installed on your computer for managing your databases. Here are some suggested applications you may use for that purpose. These applications are supplied by third parties.  Some are free and some require you to purchase a license.

The database management program (application) that you chose depends on what type of database you are connected to.  All our web hosting plans offer MySQL, and MS SQL is available on our Windows hosting.

For MySQL, if you do not want to use a third-party application, you can use phpMyAdmin in cPanel or Plesk to manage your database, which can be accessed with a web browser.

 

Step 1: Download the Application

MySQL (cPanel or Plesk)

Download one of these applications:

The applications above are designed for managing databases.  Some web development software, like Dreamweaver, can also connect to MySQL remotely.  Many other applications are available and can be found by using a search engine.

MS SQL (Plesk / Windows Hosting)

Many other applications are available and can be found by using a search engine.

 

Step 2: Whitelisting Your IP

To connect remotely, you will need to whitelist your IP address.  You can get your IP address from: http://whatismyip.com

cPanel

  1. Login to cPanel and click the Remote MySQL icon, under Databases.
  2. Type in the connecting IP address, and click the Add Host button.
  3. All done, try connecting remotely.

Recommended Reading: How to connect to the MySQL database

Plesk – Windows Shared

Once you have it installed, your IP address will need to be whitelisted so that you can access MS SQL or MySQL remotely. Follow the directions in the article How to whitelist your IP for Windows Shared to accomplish that.

Plesk – Windows Dedicated

Once you have it installed, your IP address will need to be whitelisted so that you can access MS SQL or MySQL remotely. Follow the directions in the article How to Whitelist Your IP – Windows Dedicated to accomplish that.

 

Step 3: Connecting

How you connect will depend on which program you pick.  The website where you downloaded the applications should have instructions on how to connect and use their application.

How to Whitelist Your IP – Windows Shared

How to white list your IP for Remote Database Access

You will need to whitelist your IP on the server if you want to remotely manage your databases with software such as Microsoft Server Management Studio Express.

  1. Login to Plesk.
  2. Click Websites & Domains tab at the top.
  3. Click SQL Whitelist Beta? icon (last icon seen).
  4. Click Add IP, select service and type IP; Click OK.
    -or-
    Click Add my IP then select service.

Note: You must input an IP address. Plesk does not allow for wildcard whitelisting. If you have a dynamic IP address that changes periodically, you will need to re-whitelist your IP every time your IP changes.

How can I find out my computers IP address?

Simple, just go to http://whatismyip.com

I enabled remote access, now what?

You will need a third party application to access MySQL remotely. Some are free and some cost money. For a list of applications, you may want to visit our page on:

How many IP addresses may I add to the SQL Whitelist Beta?

Six (6) IP addresses.

Can I add 6 IP addresses for each service?

No, you will be able to add just 6 total ip addresses for any of the two available services.