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Have you verified info@companyname.com actually exists by sending email from domain@domain.com using a browser or client? You can verify DNS settings in the google apps admin dashboard. If the mx records are not set up correctly then you will need to fix that issue first. If email does exist, then the best way (maybe not the easiest way) I have found to ...


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There could be a number of things happening: Have you put the page in the document root? usually public_html. Does your host allow temporary URLs xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/~user? This is an option that can be enabled/disabled by the host. Have you checked DNS propagation? Have you tried a traceroute to your domain to make sure it traces to your host?


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Your error tells me that the sub-domain name did not resolve. While there are several reasons why a sub-domain does not resolve, the most common reason is that it is not defined. You have to add the sub-domain using a CNAME record in the DNS that is the SOA (statement of authority) for the domain. Most of the time, the SOA is the DNS server provided ...


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Your question is a little confusing, maybe you can structure it better. Anyways: @Rob is right, HTTP and HTTPS work on different ports (80 and 443) and actually http://www.example.com and https://www.example.com are two completely different addresses. They can have different content as well if you want to. It is possible that your Wordpress is making a ...


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I've had no problem doing this, providing the session variable is taken out of the bookmarked URL. It takes me to the login page and then immediately to the page I had bookmarked. I've frequently used it for the FTP Sessions page on a host that had a tight limit, where I often had to go in just to disconnect all the active sessions. Your screenshot shows ...



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