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 Bandwidth

This describes how much data is transferred within your account. Data transfer takes place...

 CMS

Short for Content Management System, CMS provides easy organization and management of the website...

 Cron Job

The Cron Job (from 'chronograph') is an automatic daemon process run continuously in the...

 Data Center

The Data Center is a specialized facility providing the technical infrastructure and physical...

 Domain Registrar

This refers to the entity registering your domain. When you register your domain, you will...

 Green Hosting

Eco-friendly hosting that involves using green technologies to facilitate the hosting services....

 IMAP

The Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) is a mail protocol used for accessing email on a...

 IP

An IP address (Internet Protocol address)  is a numerical label assigned to each server. It is a...

 MX Record

The MX record (mail exchanger record) specifies the mail server that is responsible for and...

 Mailing List

A list of emails so you can send news and info to the entire list at one time.

 Nameservers

Nameservers are computers that translate domain names into IP addresses (or vice versa). Domain...

 POP3

Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) is a standard mail protocol used to receive emails from a...

 Propagation

When a website changes to a new server (with a different IP address), or when you register a new...

 SMTP

Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is the standard protocol for sending emails across the...

 SSL

Secure Socket Layer refers to a specific encryption technique that governs the secured...

 Spam

Bulk emails sent without being asked for. Usually these are to try to sell something to the...

 Top level domain (TLD)

The Internet has a hierarchal domain name system which places some domains at a higher priority...

 Webmail

If you want to access your email directly, you can log in via your control panel to view it...