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Thanks for posting the real FQDN; loading the actual page tells me right away what the issue is. The URL http://paperwork.japanaddicts.org/paperwork is not actually serving index.html from a directory, it is serving a file in the document root called paperwork. Since there is no file extension for the server to determine MIME type, it is being served as ...
Running multiple websites using the same IP address on a single VPS is very common. I am basing my response on a few assumptions: You have 3 different domain names You have 3 IIS websites setup in IIS Manager Each website points to a different webroot on the file system (although they don't necessarily have to) Each website needs to run on port 80 (if SSL ...
Clearing the file cache You've mentioned that you're cleared you cache and I have to assume that this you mean the files cache and not that of the DNS cache. As far as I know clearing the file cache and history has no impact on DNS cache that most modern browsers use today, it's also important to note that the expire time may be different in Chrome or even ...
/etc/redmine/ /etc/redmine/default/configuration.yml See Below. nano -w /etc/redmine/default/configuration.yml then paste or type: production: email_delivery: delivery_method: :sendmail then: CTRL X + S + Y For all the possibilities see: The Redmine Wiki: Email Configuration
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