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Learn how to set up IMAP email on your Android phone or tablet.

How-to login to DomainsFoundry Dashboard our secure area of our website where you can quickly manage your DomainsFoundry domains, hosting services and contact support.

Getting started. Learn how to create and upload a simple coming soon page with a background image to your web hosting.

In this guide we’ll show you how to add a new email account to one of your domains using cPanel’s Add Email Account feature. Create Email Account Log in to cPanel. For help accessing your cPanel see Where do I log in to my hosting control panel. Click the Email Accounts icon located in the EMAIL section. In the Email field enter the email address you wish to create. For example, hello@ If you have multiple domain names, select the domain you want to use from the drop-down. Type your new email password in the Password field. Re-type your new

Learn how to set custom PHP upload_max_filesize and post_max_size settings for your DomainsFoundry web hosting.

Learn how to setup the Calendar app on your Mac to access your personal calendar.

In this article we explain how to set up Outlook 2016 to sync your cPanel calendars using Outlook CalDav Synchronizer. Step 1 – Download and install Outlook CalDAV Syncronizer To sync your calendar you will need to download and install Outlook CalDav Synchronizer, a free Outlook Plugin which adds support for synchronising events, tasks and contacts between Outlook and cPanel. Supported Outlook versions are 2016, 2013, 2010 and 2007. Download and install Outlook CalDav Synchronizer. After installing Outlook CalDav Synchronizer please close and re-open Outlook 2016 Step 2 – Get your Calendar URL Open https://mail.example.com/webmail in your web browser, replacing

Set up your calendar on your iPhone and iPad and share your calendar entries across webmail, MacOS and your mobile devices. On your iPhone or iPad, tap Settings Tap Calendar Tap Accounts Tap Add Account Tap Other Tap Add CalDAV Account Enter the following details: Server: Enter mail.example.com:2080, replacing example.com with your domain name. Please ensure :2080 is at the end. Username: Enter your email address, for example, info@example.com Password: Enter your email account password Description: Enter a short name, e.g Work Tap Next Tap Save

We explain how you can quickly and easily convert your existing http, non-secure WordPress website to use https:// and be protected by an SSL certificate.