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Feb
22
comment Products missing from backend after import
Thanks but it's the backend they're missing from, I cant check any of those things, they disappeared from the backend.
Feb
22
asked Products missing from backend after import
Feb
20
accepted Forcing browser to load new image
Feb
20
asked Forcing browser to load new image
Feb
15
revised Which feed does Magento's attribute “In Feed” refer to?
edited title
Feb
15
asked Which feed does Magento's attribute “In Feed” refer to?
Feb
4
accepted Magento mails coming from[ftpUsername]@[servername.hostingcompany.com] on behalf of SENDER
Feb
4
comment Magento mails coming from[ftpUsername]@[servername.hostingcompany.com] on behalf of SENDER
I think this answers my problem - will try it out next week, thanks.
Feb
4
accepted dns routing MX record
Feb
4
comment Magento mails coming from[ftpUsername]@[servername.hostingcompany.com] on behalf of SENDER
Thanks. Can you happen to tell me whether Magento uses PHP mail or SMTP authentication, and if SMTP where the server details go ? All I could find was a spot saying 'Windows only' but my server is Linux.
Feb
3
asked Magento mails coming from[ftpUsername]@[servername.hostingcompany.com] on behalf of SENDER
Oct
11
comment dns routing MX record
Also I think you are saying about copying the current zone-definition and leaving the MX untouched and adjusting the records pertaining to the website. But it seems easier to me to just use the DNS that cpanel gives me when i set up the new hosting account; and then manually change the single MX value to point to the old office server, because MX is the only thing that I need that is non standard ( from what cpanel will setup for me)
Oct
11
comment dns routing MX record
Sorry, when I said "change the domains nameservers to point to the new hosting account" I was referring to what i think you mean by "DNS-servers which serve the domain" eg ns1.domain.com ns2.domain.com ns3.domain.com. ; and yes I AM changing these, so that everything pertaining to the domain should now point to the new hosting account, including mail.domain.com. Then I would be changing the MX record in the new hosting's zone to point mail back to the original office server where the email resides.
Oct
11
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Oct
11
comment dns routing MX record
Super Users ? I wouldn't have thought so. This is a webmaster question as far as I am concerned, though if anyone wants to move it I wont argue.
Oct
10
asked dns routing MX record
Oct
3
accepted www in Sitemap URL's
Oct
3
comment www in Sitemap URL's
thanks - please see edit above, I wasnt asking the question properly really .... but your comment about canonical destination ( redirect www to non-www or visa versa ) put me on to the answer - thanks
Oct
3
revised www in Sitemap URL's
clarify question and report on answer discovered, thanks
Oct
3
asked www in Sitemap URL's