Here is four simple tips that can be used to optimize WordPress performance. 1. Keep WordPress Up to Date Keeping WordPress and the plugins within it is probably the most important rule of all if you want to optimize WordPress performance. Not only does this assist in your sites performance, but it will increase the […]
A common nuisance that plagues site owners, is spam in its many forms. If you are receiving a considerable amount of spam on a daily basis, the first thing you might want to do is make sure you have not listed your email address publicly, or on your website as a mailto: link. Being aware […]
In our continuing efforts to increase security and improve the performance of our services, we have implemented a new WAF (Web Application Firewall) on all servers with rules that are updated hourly.
NoWhere Hostings HTTPS core services are not vulnerable to Poodle. cPanel services have now also had SSLv3 disabled as a precautionary measure. This will prevent IE6 users from being able to connect to cPanel; we strongly suggest that you upgrade or use an alternate browser. * UPDATED * IMAP and POP3 SSL, with the current […]
Google has recently announced that they are giving an SEO boost to sites that are properly using HTTPS with their websites! In the official Google Webmaster Blog announcement made on Wednesday, they noted that the effect would be a small one initially, in order to give time to webmasters to update their sites. Over time, […]
It’s estimated that nearly 80% of all email traffic is spam. Given that, it’s not hard to believe that some of it still gets through to your inbox. But even a few can be productivity wasters.
Mac Mail may not automatically include all of your IMAP folders by default when you set up your account. You can use the instructions that follow to include those folders using Mac Mail.
Are you forwarding email from your domain, to an external freemail (like Hotmail or Gmail) or your ISP’s (like Shaw or Telus) account? While email forwarding to an external mail service may seem like a great convenience, it can actually harm your email experience in ways you might not even be aware.
One important aspect of defeating unsolicited emails and minimizing false positives is to ‘train’ the Spam detection system. To make this easier for our non-technical users, we have created two new folders in your IMAP and Webmail folders.
In addition to tightening up our access rules on our backup MX servers, we've now included the Spam Eating Monkey SEM-BLACK list to our SMTP time checks. Our battle to reduce SPAM continues!