Step 1: On Google Calendar, go to Settings. Step 2: Click on Calendars links. Step 3: Click on Import calendar links. Step 4: Choose .ics file that you download from our portal. Then click on “Import” button. Step 5: Import is successful.
Step 1: Go to the settings page and select on the Add Account tab. Step 2: Select the IMAP account or POP3 account to add. Step 3: Insert the full email account and the password, then select on the Manual Setup button. Step 4: For this example we use IMAP, insert the
To create email signature for SquirrelMail:- Log into your Webmail dashboard and choose the Squirrelmail option. From the Squirrelmail dashboard, click on the Change Settings setting from the upper menu bar on the screen. From the Personal Information page, you can now insert your new signature at the Signature field. Also, be certain to select the
What is an SSL An SSL (Secure Socket Layer) and serves as a form of security for that encrypts traffic between a web browser and a server. Data that is transferred between a computer and a web server is in plain text if the website was not secured using an SSL. This means that any
Introduction PuTTY does not natively support the private key format (.pem), hence the private key should be converted to .ppk format. Important: You may follow this tutorial if you are using PuTTY as your SSH client. There are other clients that support .pem private key format, so you can skip this tutorial and proceed to
After the cleanup if your website has been hacked or injected with malware. What to do after your site is fixed. After the clean up. What to do after your site is fixed. May 31, 2011 by sucuri-research If you are reading this page then you are on your way to being proactive and actively
The website loading speed can be vary based on the quality of the bandwidth service your ISP provides. But if you wish to check the loading speed of the website at your site, here’s the way to find out. Step 1 – Before you start the test, please clean Google Chrome’s cache and history
Step 1 – Log in to the DirectAdmin control panel main page, look for the ‘Resource Usage‘ under the category ‘Advanced Features‘.
Step 1: Go to “Start Menu” and key in ‘notepad‘ in the ‘search box’.
Step 1 – Go to Utilities and select on Terminal. Step 2 – Login as root by running the command as below then enter the password. User-MacBook:~ user$ sudo su – Password: After that you will see that the user become root as below:- User-MacBook:~ root# Step 3 – Open the hosts file