Which Canadian company (or companies) would you recommend as a reliable and affordable organization to host my e-mail? [more inside]
What are the steps involved in moving registered domains to another host? I'd like to move a number of domains from 1&1 to WebFaction so I can run Django apps easily. An extra wrinkle is that one of the domains needs to be assigned/given to another person who will do with it what they will. [more inside]
Since around new years eve I have been unable to reach my website from home. Email has also stopped working. BUT, if I can reach it from work and other places, just not at home. What's going on and how do I fix it? [more inside]
Since this morning, nearly all emails sent to my address are not being received. I own my own domain and forward all emails to my ISP account. Domain company and ISP are both denying repsonsibility. How do I solve this? [more inside]
We are having a very strange issue with our domain when accessed from our offices here, and we've run out of troubleshooting ideas. [more inside]
Is there a database or service that can take an IP address and return the name of the ISP that owns it? [more inside]
Thanks to your earlier help, I have successfully ported my C# project over to the Mac. I have also ordered a new DSL line with a static IP from bway.net. What do I need to know in order to host my website, accessible via my TLD, on a PowerPC Mac mini running OS X 10.4? How can I be my own DNS and mail server? Without overshadowing that question, would it be smarter to think in terms of DynDNS for external DNS/mail services?
Help me get my domain back. My domain name expired. My spam filter ate the renewal messages so I never saw them. Simple as that. I'm scrambling to fix the problem but I'm having big problems reaching an actual human at namecheap.com (the domain registrar I used) to renew. To make things worse, I run a small ISP so this affects over 1000 people directly. What can I do? I have backup domains but that switch would be very painful for my customers.