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Instead of selecting forward with mask you need to select forwarding only. Putting it inside a frame is how they mask the domain the site is on.


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It sounds like you may have initially changed the NAMESERVERS which broke the Windows Exchange CNAME. If the domain is hosted on GoDaddy then you need to access the DNS records, this is where the Windows Exchange CNAME is held. You should see an A record entry like A example.com 104.16.14.128 example.com will be your domain, the IP will be the GoDaddy ...


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So I called GoDaddy and in the beggining we try again the first solution: Change your account's primary domain: mydomain What they said is that when a domain is already in used, even by the same host, you can't change the account primary domain. However we have a solution. You just need to remove the domain name from your host and add it again. ...


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The domain registration process does not in itself cause any downtime. As long as the new record that GoDaddy registers declares the same nameservers as your current record, that transition is completely transparent. Once the registration is transferred you can switch name servers to whomever will be providing your DNS resolution, just make sure the records ...


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The odds are they support those modules as they are pretty basic and standard one's. But to be sure you can make use of a simple PHP function to confirm they are indeed enabled. Create a PHP script and make its contents the following: <?php phpinfo(); ?> This will tell you all about the PHP modules (and more) that are enabled as well as what ...


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This looks like there has been a change in the way PHP is being run on the server. Either because the host has updated/migrated the server or because of a user configuration change. Some hosts allow the user to change the version of PHP being run via an option in cPanel. AddHandler fcgid-script .html FCGIWrapper /usr/local/cpanel/cgi-sys/php5 .html This ...



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