WINDOWS OS SERVER
HOW TO UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD YOUR PAGES WITH FTP
1.Connect to the Internet
If you do not have a Windows FTP program GET IT HERE: (WS-FTP)
Make sure you use the 32bit version of WS_FTP if you are connecting to the Internet via a 32bit winsock and likewise for 16 bits.
FTP Programs For Macintosh (We recommend Fetch) http://www.dartmouth.edu/pages/softdev/fetch.html
You may also need a program to unzip files you download - GET IT HERE: (WinZIP)
3.Enter in the following information:
Host Name = ftp.domain.com
4.Once connected you will see two directories:
Left Side - your LOCAL (Hard
5.To transfer(PUT) your files on our server from yours select the files on the left and then click on the arrow pointing to the remote machine.
6.To GET your files to your computer select the files on the right and then click on the arrow pointing to the local machine.
7.To create a directory; click on the make directory button (MkDir).
8.To delete a file (careful); click on the Delete button.
The default filenames are:
Whatever mail client you use, and there are a lot of them, there is some basic information that will remain the same.
There is a server configuration section (IE,
Netscape, Eudora, Exchange, Outlook...) that includes:
You can manage POP3, Aliasing or Mailinglist Email when you log on your account using root users, including: Email Filter, Web Based Email permission, Quota, Vacation reply etc.
Pretend you have a form with the following syntax:<html>
<form method="post" action="mailform.asp">
Nama : <input type="text" size="25" name="name"><br>
Email : <input type="text" size="25" name="email"><br>
To : <input type="text" size="25" name="recipient"><br>
<textarea name="body" cols="40" rows="15" wrap="PHYSICAL">
<input type="submit" value=" Submit ">
The following basic format for your mailform.asp will be as follow:<html>
Set JMail = Server.CreateObject("JMail.SMTPMail")
' This is your SMTP server
JMail.ServerAddress = "mail.yourdomain.com:25"
' This is me....
JMail.Sender = "yourname@yourdomain"
JMail.Subject = "Here you go..."
' Get the recipients mailbox from a form (note the lack of a equal sign).
JMail.Priority = 1
JMail.body = "The form was filled out with the following values:" & vbcrlf
'add every form element and its value to the email
FOR EACH el IN Request.Form
JMail.appendtext( el & ": " & Request.form(el) & vbcrlf )
' Send it...
An e-mail has been sent to mailbox (<%=request.form("recipient")%>).
</html> For Further Instruction using JMail, please contact support or here
Create a simple Upload Form, ex:
Upload Script upload.asp as follow:
Note: Contact support to give a directory permission to upload your files, if you find error message like "can not save file(s)"
Please contact Support to activate your Perl/CGI or
Contact support if you need to installed your own Coldfusion's custom tag.
Uploadyour Access DB under your /data directory, then contact Support if you need DSN for your database.
Create a connection object like usual:
Then, instead of using a connection
string like DSN=pubs or
For MS SQL Server Database:
For Access Database:
For common dan detail configuration to use your account also included in our welcome email to all our new customers, if you lost it - you can ask our support to resend your welcome message.
If you have any account configurations question please contact email@example.com