Paypal Stops Electronic Funds Transfer to India

July 28, 2010

I don’t know what is wrong with PayPal India … Just read

Hi everyone, it’s Dickson Seow, from the Corporate Communications team. I’d like to give you an update on PayPal accounts for our India users.

In accordance with regulatory instructions, there will be a change in our withdrawal functionality in India starting on August 1, 2010. At present, you can request for either an electronic or cheque withdrawal of funds from your PayPal account. From July 29, 2010 onwards, you will only be able to request for a cheque withdrawal of funds from your PayPal account.

We sincerely apologize in advance for any inconvenience caused from this change and we are working hard to restore the electronic withdrawal service. In the meantime, we are bringing this matter to your attention so that you can plan your future withdrawal activities accordingly.

Our India users can find the cheque withdrawal process here. In order to help you deal with this change and until further notice, we will refund the US$5 cheque withdrawal fee to you for cheque withdrawals made on July 29, 2010 onwards.

If you have any questions, please contact PayPal customer support by logging into your PayPal account and clicking on ‘contact us’ at the bottom of the page.

Again, we apologize for any inconvenience caused from this change in our withdrawal functionality. We will provide ongoing updates to you here. We thank you for your attention and patience as we work tirelessly to resolve this situation as quickly as possible.

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WiseStamp Plugin For email signatures

July 21, 2010

wisestamp

WiseStamp is great plug in for making email  signatures works in very beautiful way with your social networking like Facebook, twitter, …. and others

here are some features :

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Allmyapps Quick & Easy PC Setup

July 21, 2010

Most of the people face  lots of problems to find the necessary application when they buy new or when they format their PCs, Now the solution is easy just go to  Allmyapps

website  and download all the necessary programs.

and here a simple tutorial on how to use the website

thanks i hope you enjoy it


Twitter is over capacity

June 15, 2010

Twitter is over capacity

twitter is over capacity … may be its the world Cup fever.

twitter over capacity


What is clustered hosting?

December 21, 2008

In a traditional web hosting environment, your site and its associated data will be located on one server in one location. This can cause problems if your server goes offline or the datacenter where your server is located burns down. So what’s the solution to this problem? Clustered hosting.

Clustered hosting offers a 100% uptime solution for sites that need it most. Instead of one server, your website depends on the resources of multiple servers. These servers are generally located in different physical areas. If one of them goes offline, the other servers in the cluster will pick up the load, assuring that your site stays online.

Clustered server hosting is also beneficial for extremely large, high traffic sites. Since multiple servers are handling the load balance, security and data resources, your site will run with greater efficiency than if it were on a single server.

This type of hosting is not for those on a budget. A clustered hosting solution is created specifically for a single site or network of sites and can be fairly expensive, depending on the amount of resources needed. Clustered hosting providers can give you a quote if you know what you need and will work with you in order to figure out the optimal solution at an affordable price if you’re not quite sure what kind of setup you’ll require.


How domain names are deleted

December 11, 2008

Ever wonder how a domain name gets deleted or “dropped”? The domain drop process is long and arduous and there are many steps involved. Here’s how the process works:

  • After a domain name expires it enters an on-hold period. The domain name owner is allowed to renew the domain at any point during this time frame. Depending on the registrar, the on-hold period can last anywhere between 1 and 45 days.
  • Next comes the grace period. The domain owner is still able to reclaim the domain during this time, but will usually pay a hefty recovery penalty or fee to do so. The grace period usually lasts 30 days, but again, this depends on the registrar.
  • After a domain name bows out of the grace period, the owner has no chance to re-register or re-acquire it. The domain is marked as pending deletion and will be available to the public for registration within 5 days.
  • The domain is now free to be registered by anyone through a domain name registrar.

So how do everyday people find deleted domain names, dropped domain names and expired domain names? By using a deleted domain search service such as DeletedDomains.com! Deleted Domains allows users to search through the latest lists of on-hold domains and deleted domains. The lists are updated daily and the site also provides an extensive search option and daily email alerts for domain keywords.

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Introduction to FTP

December 3, 2008
FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol and is a standard application protocol that uses the Internet’s TCP/IP protocol to transfer files from one computer to another.

FTP is a very common process today. FTP is commonly used to transfer web pages from the creator’s computer to the server where the web site is situated. Also FTP is used to download programs and files to your computer from a server.

How do I use FTP?

To use FTP you will need to install FTP software on your computer. There are many freely available FTP programs on the Internet such as, FileZilla (http://filezilla-project.org) and Smart FTP (http://www.smartftp.com).

How do I connect with FTP?

Follow the steps below to connect to a server, to upload files using FTP Explorer:

Open FTP Explorer.

Click on the connect button on the toolbar or select connect from the Tools menu.

In the Profile Name text, enter a name to give your FTP connection.

In the Host Address text box enter the address of the server you are connecting to (this can either be the DNS entry or the IP Address).

Enter the Port number that the server accepts FTP connections on (the default port for FTP is 21).

Tick the Use PASV option, if your computer is behind a firewall, which does not allow external FTP connections.

Tick the Use Firewall option if your computer is located behind a firewall.

Either enter a user name for the FTP login or tick the Anonymous option (the anonymous option will only work if the server is set up to allow anonymous FTP connections – if this is selected go to step 10).

Enter the user’s password in the Password text box.

In the Initial path text box, enter the path on the server, where you want your connection to start at – this is optional.

In the Attempts text box enter the number of times to try the FTP connection if fails, you will need to have at least 1 in this text box.

In the Download path you can specify the path on your computer where to save the files downloaded from the server – this is optional, you can specify this later if you like.

To establish the connection with the server click on the Connect button.

How do I upload files using FTP?

Once you have established your connection with the server the next step is to upload your files to the server. The following describes how to do this:

Go to the path on the server where you want to upload your files to.

In the Tools menu click on the Upload button.

Select the file or files that you want to upload (to select more than one file hold down the CTRL key).

NOTE: You can also upload files by dragging and dropping them to the directory/folder on the server.

Click on the Open button. Your file will now be uploaded to the server. (You will see this uploading process in the dialog box.)

How do I download files using FTP?

You can also use FTP to download files to your computer from a server. The following describes how to download a file.

Make sure you are connected to the server.

Go to the file that you want to download.

Right click on the file and select Download To..

Select the path on your computer where you want the file to be saved to.

The file will now be downloaded to your computer. (You will see this downloading process happening in the dialog box.)

How do I end my connection?

You can end the connection by simply clicking on the Disconnect button on the tool bar or by clicking on Disconnect from the Tools menu.