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Setting up Mail App Windows 10 – InteractiveWebs SmarterMail

Setting Up Exchange Connection with Windows 10 Mail App InteractiveWebs SmarterMail supports Exchange Connections, here is some background. Effectively there are 3 main methods. POP3 – Where email is Downloaded off the Server to your device. This is least useful as having 2 or more devices like a mobile phone and a computer account can cause you confusion as email may arrive in one location but not on the other devices. If you answer an email on one device it is not apparent on the other devices. Generally this is a very confusing email service. IMAP – Leaves email on the email server and will sync a copy to your deices. This is you read a message on your phone, that is marked as read on the server and this syncs with your email on your computer to reflect that your email has been read. Same with replying and deleting… Read More »Setting up Mail App Windows 10 – InteractiveWebs SmarterMail

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Understanding Exchange Email Services – InteractiveWebs SmarterMail

Understanding Exchange Email Services – InteractiveWebs SmarterMail Effectively there are 3 main methods. POP3 – Where email is Downloaded off the Server to your device. This is least useful as having 2 or more devices like a mobile phone and a computer account can cause you confusion as email may arrive in one location but not on the other devices. If you answer an email on one device it is not apparent on the other devices. Generally this is a very confusing email service. IMAP – Leaves email on the email server and will sync a copy to your deices. This is you read a message on your phone, that is marked as read on the server and this syncs with your email on your computer to reflect that your email has been read. Same with replying and deleting etc. All your devices are synced with the server and reflect… Read More »Understanding Exchange Email Services – InteractiveWebs SmarterMail

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InteractiveWebs SmarterMail – Setting Up eM Client Exchange Email

Setting Up Exchange Email on Windows 10 or Mac There are several ways to connect to InteractiveWebs SmarterMail Email server. Depending on the method you user as to what email experience you will have. POP3 – Very confusing and clunky. IMAP – Better but does not offer Calendar, Contact and Note Syncing Exchange – Allows you to sync all data over all devices. For Windows 10 and Mac, the Mail App has some limitations with Connecting to Exchange Email Accounts. Namely that we need to enable a mobile device license on your account. We can do this, but there is an additional charge for your email account each month. A Free alternative is to use eM Client. A powerful and Free Email application that will allow you to use Exchange Email with InteractiveWebs SmarterMail. Setting up eM Client Download the eM Client Program from: https://www.emclient.com Install this on your Windows… Read More »InteractiveWebs SmarterMail – Setting Up eM Client Exchange Email

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SmarterMail Outlook Mobile Cannot Connect to IMAP

Outlook Android or iOS cannot make an IMAP Connection to SmarterMail Okay, so this problem is a little bit weird. And it probably applies into other email server technologies. In this particular case, smarter mail runs on a Windows server. And I suspect it’s more likely that this problem occurs with window service. Here is what we noticed and how we fixed it. Using only the mobile versions of Microsoft outlook. We found we were unable to create an account that should be able to connect to an IMAP account. The email account using IMAP could be connected using other email clients. For example Mac mail, or the native mail app in iOS. When attempting to use the mobile version of Outlook, it simply said after entering all of the correct details, but a connection could not be made to the server. After a hell of a lot of mucking… Read More »SmarterMail Outlook Mobile Cannot Connect to IMAP

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SmarterMail Email Setup on iPhone – InteractiveWebs

Setting up an iPhone for SmarterMail InteractiveWebs Email What you will need: Your Email address: example@email.com (not that the email address is also your user name) Your Email Account Password In this example we are using iOS 14, and roverx.com.au as the domain with “servcie” being the email address. Note too that we have “Dark Mode” enabled for a black background look. Yours may look a little different. Open you iPhone and Select the Settings Icon Navigate to Mail Select Accounts   Select Add Account We are going to set this up as an IMAP account. To do this we need to select “Other” from the Add Account List. Select Add Mail Account Enter Your Name Enter the email address we provided you as your user name Enter the account password we provided you Enter a description that will help you remember what this account is for   Note on… Read More »SmarterMail Email Setup on iPhone – InteractiveWebs

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DoNetNuke DNN Setup and IIS Security Permissions

How to Install DotNetNuke (DNN)by Erin Burns | .NET, DotNetNuke (DNN)DNN is a free open source .NET content management system (CMS). Like any CMS, users can easily manage site content and users, as well as develop and install custom themes and extensions (similar to WordPress “plugins”). The system requirements for DNN are as follows: Operating Systems Windows 8, 8.1, 10Windows Server 2008 R2, 2012 R2.NET Framework 4.5.1+Web Server Microsoft IIS 7.5, 8.0, 8.5, 10Database Server Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2, 2008 Express R2, 2012, 2012 Express, 2014, 2014 Express, 2016 (for DNN 8.0.4+)Microsoft Azure SQL DatabaseIn this tutorial, I am using Windows 10, Microsoft IIS 10, Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Express and DNN Platform 9, and I am assuming you already have your database server set up. If your system is different (e.g. Microsoft Azure SQL Database), the installation process below is still the same. 1. Download the Install packageDownload the Install.zip package… Read More »DoNetNuke DNN Setup and IIS Security Permissions

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How to Fix Mac Microsoft Remote Desktop RDP Error Code 0x4

How to Fix Mac Microsoft Remote Desktop RDP Error Code 0x4 You have a Mac Computer and are running Microsoft Desktop (RDP) throws an Error code: 0x4 just randomly when you try to connect to a computer you have configured for connection. For us, this problem just randomly started this year after Microsoft updated their RDP software. “Go Microsoft” We have searched the web, and noticed that the suggestions to Reboot the computer, or restart the RDP software, or both. Do not appear to reliably work. Although we did have some luck with this. Another suggestion was to copy or recreate the connection in RDP. Again, only limited success with this solution. The Fix for 0x4 Errors on Mac RDP Remote Desktop Connection For us the solution came when we went into the system preferences of the Remote Desktop Connection And you will notice the default preferences look something like… Read More »How to Fix Mac Microsoft Remote Desktop RDP Error Code 0x4

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How to Transfer an Apple App to another Account

The Easy Way to Transfer your App from your Apple Developer Account to Another Account. Is why would you want to do such a thing. And usually the reason is that you’ve ever sold the application to a new organisation and subsequently transfer it to their development account. Offer some reason you’re moving it to another account of your own perhaps hundred different name or tax system.   In our example was gonna be transferring it to a new account purely for tax reasons. There is nothing dodgy going on, just legitimate reorganisation of our tax portfolio. Before you get started In order to complete the transfer, you’re going to need to have your new account set up and most importantly the new banking and tax details set up for whichever region you live in. To ensure that these are set up correctly, log into your App Store connect page.… Read More »How to Transfer an Apple App to another Account

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How to Fix Tiny Tiny RSS was unable to start – Startup Failed

  Tiny Tiny RSS was unable to start properly Please set SELF_URL_PATH to the correct value detected for your server. Basically this error is telling you that the path in the config.php file is invalid for some reason. The most likely reason being that the http:// is defined and it should be https:// If you open the file config.php in your favourite editor And navigate to line 21,  depending on your version and edits to the file. You can update your pat URL to include the “s” in https Save and you should be able to access the site correctly.

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How Clear Cache in Mautic 3x in cPanel

How Clear Cache in Mautic 3x in cPanel So if you are working with Mautic 3.1 like we are as of today, and you are installing modules that connect to the Mautic API, you will find that after you make Custom Fields Editable Or Enable the API for Mautic in CONFIGURATION / API SETTINGS   That you will then need to clear the Cache directory of Mautic before your other Applications will be able to connect to the API. Now we are using cPanel and have access in there to the File manager. Easier than running an SSH command is to go into the director: var/cache in the Mautic directory. In our case here we have it in a directory or folder named marketing. You will see a bunch of files here like this: Just delete all of these files from the cache folder.  That’s it. You should then be… Read More »How Clear Cache in Mautic 3x in cPanel

Securing your Website with SSL

Why is SSL Necessary for your Website and the Benefits of using SSL Certificates

Why you need SSL security on your Website in 2020 Is the implementation of SSL important for your website? The answer to that is simply YES… And we are about to list some of the common reasons that SSL encryption on your website is more important than ever. But first, let’s explain exactly what SSL encryption is… What is SSL/TSL Encryption Putting is simply, is is when you access a website using HTTPS:// before the address in place of HTTP://. Websites that use https:/// are using some cleaver encryption that ensures that information sent to the website browsers and from the website browser to the website is secured and cannot be intercepted by people spying on your connection. Sites without this encryption send information back and forth as plain text. Making it super simple for anyone who is looking at this information to read all of it. This includes passwords… Read More »Why is SSL Necessary for your Website and the Benefits of using SSL Certificates

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Hot To Enable TLS 1.2 in Windows Server 2008 or 2016

Hot To Enable TLS 1.2 in Windows Server 2008 or 2016 We previously had a post that handled this solutions called: How to Enable TLS 1.2 on Windows 2008 R2 This post is an update to how the enable and Mange TLS 1.2 on Windows Servers. The reason for the update is because we now use a free tool when we are managing our servers. But first some background.  What you need to know about TLS 1.2 According to…https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/desktop/SecAuthN/protocols-in-tls-ssl–schannel-ssp- TLS 1.2 client and server are enabled by default. But… https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/cb1a695b-a15c-4fa7-94f0-1aaa20c1279d/enabling-tls-12-on-windows-server-2012-amp-2016?forum=winserversecurity …says Turns out it is, but not enabled for SCHANNEL service Hence you MUST follow… https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/identity/ad-fs/operations/manage-ssl-protocols-in-ad-fs#enable-and-disable-tls-12 Please articulate this! Say… You can enable and disable SSL 2.0 and 3.0 and TLS versions 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2 using Manage SSL Protocols in AD FS. On Windows Server 2016, to use TLS 1.2, you must explicity enable it by following instructions at… Read More »Hot To Enable TLS 1.2 in Windows Server 2008 or 2016

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Free SSL Certificates on IIS Using – Certify The Web

How to Set Up Free SSL Certificates on IIS Using – Certify The Web Using SSL to secure your website these days is very important. Many browsers throw messages to users who visit sites that are http:// and not https://. Although these warning can be ignored, they are concerning for users who do not understand the meaning of a browser when they say something like “This Site is Not Secure”. It is kind of unprofessional too for hosts not to offer to install SSL certificates for their clients. The solution and the How to Set Up Free SSL Certificates on IIS Using – Certify The Web is really rather easy. On your Windows server running IIS and your website in question, browse to: Certify The Web Download And access the download.  Run the download as an Administrator user either logged in as one or “Run as Administrator” Accept the Agreement and… Read More »Free SSL Certificates on IIS Using – Certify The Web