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Domain Name System (DNS) servers or name servers contain a “zone” file for every domain name they are authoritative for. The zone file delegates traffic on the Internet to that domain name’s e-mail server, webserver, or other servers depending on the type of request made by a browser, e-mail program, or other Internet software. To ..

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A Data Source Name (DSN) is the logical name that is used by Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) to refer to the drive and other information that is required to access data. A DSN can be used to connect to Microsoft Access databases, MySQL and MSSQL databases, and other information. If you need a DSN, please ..

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With membership in the Hosting Club each paid-hosting plan can host multiple domains as long as the domain is registered with WebHero. Subdirectory hosting or Subdir hosting is both an economical and efficient way of hosting multiple domains as separate websites under the same hosting plan. For each subdir hosted site, you would publish to ..

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Many website owners deal with a large amount of spam on a daily basis. To combat this problem, Spam Shark will filter email for all of the email accounts on your domain. In our tests, 97% of spam emails and all known viruses are removed before they ever reach your inbox. To add Spam Shark ..

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WebHero provides site statistics with all of our paid-hosting plans, so that you may view the number of visitors to your site. To access the statistics for your site, please use the following link: Site Statistics (You will be prompted to log into your account) Webalizer statistics are provided for free with our accounts, and ..

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For websites hosted on our Unix servers, you can use the following paths in your scripts: For Perl scripts: #!/usr/local/safe/bin/perl For Python scripts: #!/usr/local/safe/bin/python To access Sendmail: /usr/local/safe/bin/sendmail -t -i For websites hosted on our Windows servers, you do not need the path to the scripting processor; simply name the file with the appropriate extension ..

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