As of January 1, 2014, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) mandates that all registrars verify the WHOIS contact information for all new domain registrations and domain contact changes (such as: first name, last name, email address, etc) This applies when: – You register a new domain . . . Read more
To add a domain to your VPS, follow these steps: Login to the Control Panel and select the server where your want to host the domain On the top menu, select Domains, Add a Domain Select the services you want to enable, and proceed.
To enable the www. prefix for your site, go to the Control Panel, and under the Domain Administrator section of your domain, enable the checkbox www and accept the change. If this doesn’t solve the problem, it might be a common problem with Plesk. To get this working you just . . . Read more
VPS Control Panel Only Learn how to configure your DNS to work with Google apps.
The default URL for webmail is http://webmail.servergrove.com If you want the webmail URL to appear as http://webmail.mydomain.com, then you must add a CNAME record in your DNS pointing to webmail.servergrove.com. This should simply be a matter of restoring your default CNAME records. Log in to your Control Panel Click on . . . Read more
Yes, absolutely. In addition to your site, you can create email accounts with your domain name (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any of the ServerGrove hosting packages from your Control Panel. The email accounts you create for your domain can be accessed several ways: Through webmail at http://webmail.servergrove.com Through webmail at your domain . . . Read more
If your domain name is registered with GoDaddy, use the following instructions to transfer it to ServerGrove: 1) Go To the url below and Click on Log in to My Account: http://www.godaddy.com 2) Go to All Products and Click on My Account: 3) Look for DOMAINS and click on the . . . Read more
A TLD is a Top Level Domain. It’s stands at the highest category in the hiercarchical Domain Name System of the Internet, like .com, net, .br and .es, among others. These are subdivided in: Generic (e.g .com, .net) Country (e.g .pa for Panama, .us for the United States) Sponsored (e.g . . . Read more
Some of the contact information you provide when registering a domain name has to be made available through a service called WHOIS. This is a requirement imposed by the regulatory body that oversees domain name registrations, and simply discloses the names, physical addresses and the email addresses of the persons . . . Read more
The quickest and simplest solution that covers most needs is: example.com TXT “v=spf1 +a +mx -all” If you are still stuck, please open a support ticket.