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Database Tab
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Mail Tab
Cache Tab
Statistics Tab
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Mail Tab:

Mailer: Select the method that is to be used to send e-mails from the web site. Select from the choices in the drop down list:

  • PHP mail function
  • Sendmail
  • SMTP Server

Mail From: Enter the e-mail address that will appear on all e-mails sent out by the web site. For example admin@mydomainname.com

From Name: Enter the name that will appear in the From field on all e-mails sent out by the web site. For example: The Admin Team; The Web Master;

Sendmail Path: This field displays the path to the Sendmail program on the host. This field is only used if the Mailer field is set to Sendmail and the mail server is running the Sendmail program.

SMTP Auth: Select Yes if SMTP Authentication is required by the host mail server. This field is only used if the Mailer field is set to SMTP Server.

SMTP User: If SMTP Authentication is required by the host mail server, enter the Username for the account. This field is only used if the Mailer field is set to SMTP Server and the SMTP Auth field is set to Yes.

SMTP Pass: If SMTP Authentication is required by the host mail server, enter the Password for the account. This field is only used if the Mailer field is set to SMTP Server and the SMTP Auth field is set to Yes.

SMTP Host: The web server identifies itself to the mail server with this name when sending mail. This is normally set to localhost if the mail server is on the same machine as the web server, but it may be necessary to check this detail with the hosting company, as appropriate, if this is unclear. This field is only used if the Mailer field is set to SMTP Server.



Last Updated ( Wednesday, 11 July 2007 )
 
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