New SSL Security Certificate on infocp1.infolog.ca

Posted on May 16, 2014 by - Support Desk Home

If your site is located on our infocp1.infolog.ca server we have good news. We have moved from a self signed SSL certificate to a browser trusted CA issued certificate. So what does this do for you? Well it means you wont have to endure browser warnings about the control panel not being trusted. The login was always protected via SSL encryption, but now no warnings!

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Small office, home office web and email hosting

Posted on December 15, 2011 by - Company

Our Small Business and Home Office Web Hosting Package is a great place to get started. Most small businesses find this is all they need to host their site and company email. It’s also great for bloggers, MySQL based web applications, and all kinds of Open Source content management systems (CMS). In fact our control panel lets you install the most popular of these applications with just one click!

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I can’t click on links in webmail. What do I do?

Posted on November 28, 2008 by - Email Help

Your default view in webmail is set to plain text. That’s OK, it’s a best practice that prevents the automatic loading of remote images. Unfortunately it also renders links in the email unclickable. There is an easy fix. Just click on HTML in the View menu of a message display window (see the screen shots below)

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Support Desk Home

Posted on November 23, 2008 by - Support Desk Home

Infologistix fully supports all of our great services. If you ever have a question you can email email hidden; JavaScript is required.

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Why is my Blackberry email delayed?

Posted on October 1, 2008 by - Email Help

Blackberry email is “pushed” to Blackberry phones (BB) using two different RIM products. The email account assigned by your cell carrier resides on a Blackberry Enterprise Server (BES) and every other account you set up uses the Blackberry Internet Service (BIS).

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Mailbox full error, what do I do?

Posted on May 28, 2008 by - Email Help

If you receive a message from the System Administrator such as this:

The size limit of 1000 MB for mailbox email hidden; JavaScript is required has been exceeded. Incoming mail to that mailbox is currently being rejected.

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