Monday, June 16, 2008

Using Dreamweaver MX 2004 to Upload Your Site

To make your life simpler, Dreamweaver incorporates FTP capability so that you can easily upload your pages to a Web server. Integrating this feature also enables Dreamweaver to help you keep track of changes you make to files on your hard drive and ensure that they match the files on your Web server.

You enter information about the Web server where your site will be published on the Remote Info page of the Site Definition dialog box. You access this page by selecting Remote Info in the Category box on the left side of the Site Definition dialog box. The Remote Info page opens on the right side of the box.

You'll find several options in the Remote Info section under the Access drop-down list. If you aren't going to publish your site on a server, choose None from the drop-down list. If you're going to send your site to a server on a network, choose FTP ; then use the Browse button to specify that server's location on your network. The other options, Local/Network, RDS, Source Safe Database, and WebDAV, enable a version control system and help you keep track of changes when a team of developers is working on a site.

The most common way to publish a Web site after you develop it is to use FTP to send the site to a remote server, such as those offered by commercial Internet service providers. If that is how you're going to publish your site, the steps coming up help you through the process.

If you're using a remote server, such as an Internet service provider, ask your provider for the following information:

  • FTP host name
  • Path for the host directory
  • FTP login
  • FTP password

Choose FTP from the Access drop-down list in the Remote Info page of the Site Definition dialog box and follow these steps:

1. In the FTP Host text box, type the of your Web server.

It should look something like or, depending on your server.

2. In the Host Directory text box, type the directory on the remote site in which documents visible to the public are stored (also known as the site root).

It should look something like httpdocs/ . Again, this depends on your server.

3. In the Login and Password text boxes, type the login name and password required to gain access to your Web server. If you check the Save box, Dreamweaver stores the information and automatically supplies it to the server when you connect to the remote site.

This is your unique login and password information that provides you access to your server.

4. Put a check mark in the Use Passive FTP or Use Firewall options only if your service provider or site administrator instructs you to do so.

If you aren't on a network and use a commercial service provider, you don't need to check either option.

5. If you don't want to check any other settings, click OK to save your Web Server Info settings and then close the Site Definition dialog box.

If you want to continue reviewing the settings in other categories, choose Testing Server, Design Notes, Site Map Layout, File View Columns, or Contribute from the Category box on the left side of the screen.

Download dreamweaver ftp mx user manual

Difficulty logon some website via using streamyx ?

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When you can not log in some of the website, you may try the bellow steps, it might help you.


1. Click the start button.
1a.Click the control panel
2. Click the Network connections
2a. Right Mouse button Click the Local Area Network connection
2b. Click the properties
3. Double Click the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
4. Click Obtain an IP address automatically
Click use the following DNS server address:
Preferred DNS server:
Alternate DNS server:

all the above solution is provide by TMnet
Other Related info
Ipconfig /flushdns - Clear the DNS cache

Friday, June 13, 2008

Solution for the TM net Streamyx block the SMTP port 25

Recently TM net Streamyx had block the smtp port 25. please refer to our previous articles

Entertop Network our perfection technical teams had fine a solution for the problems.

We have create a new port 587 & port 2525, you may use this port to sending out the email.

For Outlook Express User please follow the bellow steps

1. incoming mail (pop3): example :
outgoing mail (smtp): example:

2. Account name : example:

3. Outgoing Mail server, my server requires authentication (tick) the check box

4. On the Advance Tab, Server Port Number Outgoing mail (SMTP) change to 587 or 2525

5. Click Ok, Enjoy sending email

Other Related Articles
1. TMnet Streamyx blocks SMTP port 25
2. How to use gmail received company email and send it as a corporate

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Thursday, June 12, 2008

TMnet Streamyx blocks SMTP port 25

Dear all Tm net streamyx user must read.

  1. - TMNet Disables Port 25 to Block Email Spam
  2. - Going gaga over Port 25
  3. - TMNet Decides to Block Port 25
  4. - Customers cry foul over TM Net mail proxy server

How to use gmail received company email and send it as a corporate

Gmail's Mail Fetcher can download messages from up to five other email accounts ( from your company email), centralizing all your email in Gmail.

About Corporate email in Gmail

The Steps of Setup a corporate email in

To set up Mail Fetcher:

  1. Click Settings from the top of any email page.
  2. Click Accounts.
  3. In the Get mail from other accounts section, click Add another mail account.
  4. Enter the full email address of the account you'd like to access, then click Next Step.
  5. Gmail will populate sample settings, but we recommend checking with your other provider to learn the correct server name and port. Enter your Password.
  6. Decide whether to:
    • Leave a copy of retrieved messages on the server

      Always use a secure connection (SSL) when retrieving mail

      Label incoming messages

      Archive incoming messages

  7. Click Add Account.
  8. Once your account has been added successfully, you'll have the option of setting it as a custom From address. This allows you to compose messages in Gmail, but have them appear to be sent from your other email account. Click Yes to set up a custom From address.

we will be performing scheduled system maintenance on our dedicated hosting servers

In an ongoing effort to provide you better products and services, we will be performing scheduled system maintenance on our dedicated hosting servers (Entertop Server 5) on Thursday, 12 June 2008 from 21:00 Arizona Standard Time to 23:00 Arizona Standard Time.

During that time you may experience a brief outage of 30 minutes.

In addition, our virtual dedicated server will be rebooted during this time. If you have any applications that must be manually shutdown or manually restarted, please be aware of the outage window and make plans to act accordingly.

The virtual dedicated server that will be rebooted during this maintenance is: server5


If you encounter any problems, please contact Customer Support:

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Monday, June 9, 2008

Ipconfig /flushdns - Clear the DNS cache

You need to clear the DNS, after transferring to a new web hosting server.

By using the 'ipconfig /flushdns' command, you delete the contents of the DNS resolver cache, meaning that your system will now recheck its settings to see where it should be going to get DNS addresses. Problem solved.

The bellow is the steps.

1. First click the start button

2. Click the Run

3. Type in cmd

4. Type in ipconfig /flushdns

5. Then you will get the result

Windows IP Configuration.......



Most DNS clients cache the results of name resolution requests. This speeds up name resolution if multiple lookups are done to the same address, such as is common when browsing the web.

Sometimes a bad DNS entry will be cached and you will need to either flush the DNS cache to get rid of it, or wait up to 24 hours for it to be dropped from the cache automatically.


Performing this task does not require you to have administrative credentials. Therefore, as a security best practice, consider performing this task as a user without administrative credentials.

To open a command prompt, click Start, point to All programs, point to Accessories, and then click Command prompt.

To view the complete syntax for this command, at a command prompt, type:

ipconfig /help

The ipconfig /flushdns command provides you with a means to flush and reset the contents of the DNS client resolver cache. During DNS troubleshooting, if necessary, you can use this procedure to discard negative cache entries from the cache, as well as, any other dynamically added entries.

Resetting the cache does not eliminate entries that are preloaded from the local Hosts file. To eliminate those entries from the cache, remove them from this file. For more information, see Related Topics.

Although the ipconfig command is provided for earlier versions of Windows, the /flushdns option is only available for use on computers running Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003 operating systems.

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