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MX records need to be added at your DNS host. I'm not sure why Bluehost is suggesting adding the MX records at Namecheap. Since you DNS is hosted at AWS domain, you should add the MX records there. Namecheap is offering to be your DNS host, but I wouldn't advise doing that. It is usually best to use AWS Route 53 to host your DNS when you are using ...


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Yes it's possible to do, but remember first you would to install all the aplications in order to run your email server, such as Postfix (the SMTP email server), Dovecot (the IMAP and POP email server), RoundQube, Squirrelmail ... (email visualisation and managing) ... There are a lot of how to's, here some examples: https://speedkills.io/email-server-aws/ ...


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Here's the update in 2020: The mistake here is the assumption that bandwidth is 0.18c/GB, even if it's much less now on many platforms lets ignore this. There are server hosts all over the world which offer unlimited bandwidth on dedicated servers such as servers.com. Additionally cloud providers such as DigitalOcean provide 1TB of free data per droplet you ...


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Start with YouTube to gain experience in this industry. It will help you to understand how competitive your niche is and how you can attract followers, edit videos and compete with SEO strategies. One you have experience a loyal number of subscribers only then move to the next step of creating your own video site.


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The difficulty of moving hosts I find drastically depends on the site/content you are moving. Moving a static website is relatively easy compared to moving something larger such as some kind of CMS or forum which uses a database etc... From what you have said it sounds like the cPanel DNS configuration isn't actually doing anything right now anyway. cPanel ...


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The <mydomain>.com folder is your web root. The public_html name has become the common name a lot of shared hosts use as their web root directory. I would assume this stems mainly from cPanel calling the web root directories public_html but in reality it is just the set directory that the web server is configured to use as its web root. It doesn't ...


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As far as security issues sometimes when you are running a CMS and you've gotten a new ip address that ip is not always free of blacklisting. I worked at a web host for years and from time to time I would see a customer have mail delivery problems because the ip address they got was blacklisted because of the previous owner and the ip was subsequently ...


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