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We recently launched a video showing the special features of our business class web hosting for people who are wanting to host their web sites and emails on a high-end and reliable server. Please have a look.

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Book any web hosting package today and we will offer a whopping 12+12+12 = 36% discount on our prices. What’s more! These prices get frozen for you lifelong. So you pay the same amount next year, in fact till the time you continue to host your websites with us.

Just to remind you, our servers have solid state hard disk (SSD) with a super fast performance, whether you have a static website or a dynamic one with extensive database usage.

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A few clients have received emails telling them that we have released a new settings file and that they should download this to use our hosting and email services.

We have not released any such file and won’t do so. We never send any email with .exe attachments. This is a spam email and please delete this immediately.If in doubt, feel free to call our support number (033) 22420071.

Shubh Services support team

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We have noticed that some people have received PDF attachments from unknown people with enticing subject lines and messages. Please do not open such attachments through your PDF viewer (Adobe Reader or Acrobat etc). You should immediately delete the mail if the sender is unknown.

There have been instances where these PDF documents have managed to install virus/Trojan on user computers once they are opened, using some vulnerabilities in the PDF reader software.

Play safe – open attachments from known people only.

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I have noticed a growing trend of web site hacking which involves insertion of iframe based code in various pages of the sites, getting the site black listed in Google search results and resulting in a serious decline in the incoming traffic.

If any one tries to access the site through Firefox or with Google toolbar activated, the site is not allowed to be displayed and an error page is shown instead. This also hurts the credibility and goodwill of the site and your company.

You should keep a strict watch over your site so that you can get alerted as soon as this happens and you can take corrective action. One way is to open your own site at least once everyday with Firefox. Also you should search for your domain name (eg ebizindia.biz) in Google and make sure that Google does not show a “This site could hurt your computer” type message with your listing.

In case you see this, you should immediately change the FTP password from a different computer (your computer might have been hacked too) and check all the source files (the files on the server) to locate the extra IFRAME code and delete that. After this has been done, you should also log in to Google Webmaster Tools and file a review report so that the warning is withdrawn.

If you find the above too complicated or geeky for your taste, you should contact your web master to arrange for this.

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I have seen quite a few sites where the designer has put the email address like info@domain.com at the bottom to encourage people to contact the business owner. This is a strict no-no. Here’s why…

You see the spammers employ robots (automated software) to scan the web sites on the Internet and locate the email addresses that they can use to send unsolicited offers to people. If you publish your email address openly on your site, this address is going to be harvested for sure and then you can look forward to more spam that you can imagine.

What’s the way out? You can publish your address like info AT domain DOT com and put a note for people to replace AT and DOT with ‘@’ and ‘.’  – easy to figure out for a human being but difficult to identify for the robots.

However the best method is to put a contact form where the visitors can fill their request and contact details. The form processing script can then send a mail to you as well as send an automated thank you response to the visitor.

Are you using any other process to provide a channel for your visitors to contact you? Why don’t you post a comment and share that with us and other fellow readers?

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I have noticed that some people have recently complained about not getting their emails. On investigation, we found that their quota was all used up and that is why the emails could not be delivered – they were lying in the server queue waiting to be delivered.

Why does this happen? Most of the times, the problem lies with some users who do not check their mails regularly or leave a copy of the emails so that they can get a backup copy if something goes wrong. Naturally this consumes server space.

You can check who is using up how much space by accessing the Cpanel | Mail | Manage email accounts and clicking on disk usage. You can also check the disk usage option in the main Cpanel menu. This will give you an idea of where the space hogs are and how to clear up space so that the emails can be delivered smoothly.

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You might be knowing this already – our email system offers very powerful anti-spam features. While the Spamassassin system works very efficiently, the spammers have lots of resources at their disposal (funny that they don’t spend these in quality marketing) and keep inventing new ways to penetrate your shields. I invite you to try the email filters to get rid of some of these spam mails.

Login to the control panel (visit www.yourdomain.com/cpanel) and click on the Mail Option. Then click on E-mail Filtering. Now click on Add filter.

Say you are getting lots of spam, all with the subject “someone wrote:”. Now if you are sick of these and think that nobody is going to write a genuine mail with ‘wrote:’ in the subject, you can create a filter for killing these spam mails.

  1. Login to Cpanel.
  2. Click on Mail.
  3. Click on email filtering.
  4. Click on Add filter.
  5. Select Subject in the first drop-down.
  6. Select contains in the next drop-down.
  7. Enter wrote: in the next field.
  8. Select discard in the next field.
  9. Click on Activate.

Now you will not be getting all the spam that someone wrote:  🙂

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When you are deciding on the space you require for your web hosting, you have to keep several things in mind. Here are a few of them-

1. Your total space will cover the web site space and all the email accounts. So you have to provide ample space so that emails for all the accounts can stay there till you download them.

2. We provide unlimited email accounts. However if you open 20 email accounts in 5 MB space, you can easily understand that there will be too little space for each account. So you should order enough space to provide a decent storage for each account.

3. It is possible to save a copy of incoming mails to any or all accounts, in a separate account. However if you do not download emails of this ‘archive account’ to some computer, soon it will overrun all the space in your account.

Recently a client had his 100 MB account full and was wondering how it can be. After scrutiny we realised, he had one such archive account. This alone was taking 81 MB because he had never downloaded the emails from this account.

4. You will need more space if you do not download your emails frequently. You can manage with much lesser space if you download quite frequently.

5. Similarly some people get only text type emails while others get large attachments with drawings and photos. This can be a factor too.

6. You can manage with lesser space if your web site has only few pages with a few photos. If you have several pages and photos with a bigger versions also (click here to enlarge type), you might be needing more space.

7. If you are using one or more databases, that will also take up space. Do a rough calculation about the number of records that you will store and the record size too. Keep ample margin.

That said, the rate per MB for hiring space on the web servers goes down with higher slabs. So it is not very expensive to go for one slab higher than what you think you will require.

If you are not hosting with us already, you are missing out on a terrific deal and a super personalised service. See our web hosting offers here.

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