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All our web hosting packages come with one or more email accounts, allowing you to have your very own [email protected] email address. In order to setup an email address, log into your cPanel control panel and navigate to EMAIL > Email Accounts as highlighted in red below. Select ‘Create’ on the right hand side, … The post How to create an e-mail address on cPanel appeared first on G7Cloud Tech Blog.
Except from our starter package all our web hosting plans allow you to host more than one website under a single web hosting package. Once you signed up and gained access to your cPanel control panel navigate to Domains > Addon Domains as highlighted in red below. Enter your new website/domain under the ‘New … The post Host multiple websites under a single web hosting plan appeared first on G7Cloud Tech Blog.
We are proud to announce that we will be one of the first web hosting providers in the world to release HTTP3 capabilities to all our customers. G7Cloud is currently testing the latest innovation and expected to release HTTP3 in Q1 2020. If you are already a customer you won’t need to do anything, HTTP3 … The post HTTP3 web hosting is coming to G7 appeared first on G7Cloud Tech Blog.
Before we can explain what a subdomain we first need to understand what a domain and hostname is. A domain name is a unique name that can’t be used by anyone else, for example g7cloud.com or Google.com is a domain name. You may often see www. at the beginning of a domain, this is in … The post What is a Subdomain? appeared first on G7Cloud Tech Blog.
What is iMAP? IMAP stands for internet message access protocol and allows you to access your emails from multiple devices. Your original emails are always stored in a central location (the mail server) and you use IMAP to access your email. With IMAP if the device used to access your email is destroyed you will … The post Difference between IMAP and POP3 Email protocols appeared first on G7Cloud Tech Blog.