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May
23
taverner.hosting-nation.com undergoing unscheduled reboot (22-05-2015)
Posted by Randy Donald on 23 May 2015 01:04 AM

Hello,

 

Something caused the server taverner.hosting-nation.com to run out of memory and swap. A reboot is currently taking place to restore the server.

 

 


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Apr
7
victoria.hosting-nation.com updated to cPanel 11.48
Posted by Randy Donald on 07 April 2015 09:38 PM

Hello,

 

The server victoria.hosting-nation.com, which hosts some of Hosting With Us clients, was updated to cPanel version 11.48 today. As result Frontpage extensions are no longer available. This was mentioned in a news post previously. The default PHP version is also now on version 5.4. If you require a lower (or higher) version you can switch easily via the "Select PHP Version" tool in cPanel. 


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Dec
23
Maintenance on tomkins.hosting-nation.com ( Dec 24th 2014)
Posted by Randy Donald on 23 December 2014 09:31 PM

Hello,

 

Sometime during the period from 1am-4am of the morning of December 24th tomkins.hosting-nation.com will be offline for a disk array repair.


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Nov
5
End of the Road for FrontPage Installations
Posted by Randy Donald on 05 November 2014 07:27 PM
Hello
Microsoft discontinued support for FrontPage Extensions on Linux servers in 2006 however to support legacy web publishing programs we have kept Frontpage Extensions active on our servers for as long as it would still function. cPanel, the hosting control panel that we use across our servers, have finally decided to completely disable FrontPage Extensions in their lastest version release.  Over the coming days we will be upgrading three of our servers to this new cPanel version (11.46). These servers are tomkins.hosting-nation.com, fayrfax.hosting-nation.com, and roma.hosting-nation.com. The other servers will follow later on. 


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Sep
24
Problems with Outgoing Mail?
Posted by Randy Donald on 24 September 2014 06:00 PM

If you cannot send mail where you did once before your ISP may have instituted a block on the SMTP port 25 to anything but their own mailserver. This is quite normal practice these days. Recently Shaw has done so in our local area. To make your mail work again, you will need to change the Outgoing SMTP port from 25 to 587 or 26. In Outlook it is under the Advanced tab of the More Settings area of the Account Settings. 

We can help you find the setting if you need help. 

 


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