Last Updated on Sunday, 20 May 2012 12:36 Written by Arian Jahansouz Sunday, 6 May 2012 02:49
Many people who have Android phones wish to access their emails at any time while on the go. However, manually configuring an email account is often tricky. This article will give you a step by step guide on how to manually configure your email account on your Android phone.
The hardest part of configuring your email account manually is knowing what information you need to enter. Once you have the information, configuring the rest of your account is very easy! Therefore, before we begin, let’s figure out what information we need!
Email address: the email address for the account that you are trying to set up
Password: the password for the email address that you are setting up
Server name: mail.YourDomain.com (ex: mail.Arvixe.com) If mail.YourDomain.com doesn’t work, you will find this information in your webmail login under Settings then Email Accounts.
Incoming and Outgoing Server Ports: For the incoming server, this may be 143. For the outgoing server, this may be 25. If port 143 or 25 does not work, you can easily find this information in your webmail login under Settings then Email Accounts.
Now that we have the information ready, let’s set up the email account on your Android phone!
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Last Updated on Sunday, 20 May 2012 12:40 Written by Arian Jahansouz Sunday, 15 January 2012 12:00
Hello! Today I am going to be showing you how you can connect to your Arvixe cPanel from your Android device using Control Panel for cPanel. Using this app, you will be able to control every aspect of your website while you are on the go!
1) To begin, you will need to install the free app, Control Panel for cPanel. There are three ways for you to do this:
You may simply scan the following code from your Android device:
You can download the app by clicking HERE if you are on your Android device
Or you can search for “control panel for cpanel 2312″ on the Android Market
Last Updated on Sunday, 20 May 2012 12:40 Written by Carole Bennett Sunday, 14 August 2011 12:00
Finally, it’s here! I’ve had some interesting adventures in getting to my review of the mojoPortal Mobile Kit Pro. The add-on for mojoPortal works perfectly; my biggest challenge was in getting the Android SDK downloaded, configured, and getting the hang of working with the emulator, so that I could test locally, and get screenshots for this tutorial.
(Fun fact: if you’re planning on using the Android emulator with Visual Studio for testing, and normally navigate to “localhost:[port]” (127.0.0.1), in your emulator browser, navigate to “http://10.0.2.2:[port]” instead.)Learn More
Last Updated on Sunday, 20 May 2012 12:38 Written by Kemin Bao Sunday, 10 July 2011 12:00
HTML5 has become the most popular item in the web field due to the fact that all web applications are based on HTML (Hypertext Mark Language). Despite the diversity of Background-Technology, the Foreground still focuses on Browser and HTML, because only HTML can be rendered into readable content for users. What revolutions could the newborn HTML5, which is promoted enthusiastically by Browser companies, bring about?
Compared to the prevalent technology Ajax, which emerged a few years ago, some technicians have begun using HTML5, but are not completely familiar with it. Recently, Apple began to move towards HTML5. Also, a well-known web designer, Eric Meyer, announced some news about the extension of HTML5, and showed some application areas of HTML5 in the future.Learn More
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