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Right now, I'm stuck with doing this from my gmail calendar. That calendar supports caldav, so I can initiate and accept invitations from my devices using my gmail address -- but others see them as coming from my personal email address. In some cases, I can't accept others' invitations sent to my inmotion hosted address, because they can only be accepted by the recipient they're intended for, and inmotion provides no way to accept invitations.
Until inmotion decides to support caldav, Is there a way to use an external service for this -- e.g., a caldav hosting service? I've tried fruux, which works sort of, but my invitees see the invite coming from fruux.com, even though my inmotion hosted email address is listed as the meeting organizer.
If theses are shared IPs, can I buy extra static IP addresses for my websites?
Thank you very much!
So this is my first time attempting this and I wanted to make sure I was going about it right before I go too far down the track.
I am attempting to setup 2 websites - hazyshots.com (for my photography) and hazybeats.com (for my music productions). I have registered both names with namecheap.com and have updated namecheaps DNS Servers to point to inmotions DNS.
Now this is where I am a teensty bit confused. Hazyshots.com is my 'main' domain, and hazybeats.com is an add-on domain. I have installed wordpress in both the main directory AND within the hazybeats directory. Now, once the DNS servers have been updated and hazyshots and hazybeats are pointing to inmotion, will it automatically know which site to head to? And is it a case of simply uploading the themes that I want into their respective directories and away I go?
Apologies if some of my terminology is out. It seems a lot of the help regarding adding domains on the site is geared towards domin names bought through inmotion, which is why I am a little confused as I have bought my domains elsewhere. Thanks for any help......
I now want to receive e-mail into the inbox of, say, email@example.com, only from firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org, and trash everything else...automatically...without affecting email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have not been able to figure out how to accomplish such on the Outlook client side. So...can I make this happen on the IMH server side using one of the e-mail account "configurer's" available on cPanel?
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