Friday, March 27, 2009

Using Windows Explorer as an FTP Client & FTP Setup and Uploading in Windows

You can upload to your hosting area using Windows Explorer, My Computer or Internet Explorer in Windows 2000/XP/Vista. Here are some details:

Step 1:
Open Internet Explorer or My Computer or Windows Explorer. In the address bar put in your domain starting with "ftp://" for example: "ftp://your-domain.com" or "ftp://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx"(ip address). Hit the enter key one time.

Step 2:
Enter the password for your login provided by your web host server vendor (entertop.net).

Step 3:
Once you have logged on. This is where you would put your files via using copy and paste


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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

How to Setting and changing email passwords in Thunderbird?



Thunderbird doesn't provide a way for a user to enter the POP/IMAP/SMTP servers password when configuring a account. This frequently confuses new users who expect to be able to do that because they did that with their previous email client. Thunderbird will prompt for a password the first time it needs one. When it does that you can check the checkbox to save the password using the password manager if you want Thunderbird to remember the password.

When you change a password using Thunderbird you're merely changing Thunderbirds copy of the password. It has no effect on the real password. You typically have to use a browser and login to webmail to change the password that the mail server expects.

The only way to change a password saved by the password manager is to delete it, get prompted for the new password the next time it needs it, and then tell it again to save that password. You can delete the password using Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> Passwords -> View Saved Passwords by selecting the password and then pressing the Remove button.

Source from : Thunderbird Knowledge Base


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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Zencart Virus affected?

Customer Question:
... We assume it as Virus because we saw it at WHO'S ONLINE in the Zencart, it appear as Spider rather than Guest.

Entertop Solution and Answer:
The spider appear at the zencart's "Who's Online" is not a virus. That is online search engine spider (Web Crawler) Example like: Googlebot


More Knowledge at
  1. Wiki Web Crawler
  2. Google 101
  3. Yahoo!'s Web Crawler




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Friday, March 13, 2009

IncrediMail POP3 and SMTP setting

The Steps setting POP3 and SMTP in IncrediMail

Incoming mail server: mail.domain.com (example: mail.entertop.net)
Outgoing mail server: mail.domain.com (example: mail.entertop.net)
User Name: xxx@domain.com (example ali@entertop.net)
Password: xxxx

Tick the My Server requires authentication

Then Click More Settings


click - Use same settings as my incoming mail server



Click Advanced Tab
Server Port Numbers
Outgoing mail (SMTP): 587


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