My brandnew VPS is running, with Hestia installed. Next step: moving my website (hosted on Tommy) to the VPS. I suppose that this is essentially 3 steps: Create a new domain record, create a new web record and upload the files. Two major questions:
1. I suppose that HelioHost has to delete my actual DNS records (on Tommy), before I can create new ones?
2. Must I change server names at my DNS provider's? What are the DNS servers responsible for myvps.heliohost.us? My VPS itself, perhaps?
Another question concerns security. What should I absolutely do to avoid hacking and other problems?
Thanks for answer. And thanks for having the possibility to have this amazing experience, that's mostly complete newland for me.
Hi! I want to use my e-mail (email@example.com) to send and receive e-mail, how do i login in the e-mail. i use Windows, so use Windows Live Mail is my option, but is impossible, windows live mail is actuatually discontinued and impossible to use, so i can't use it, i tried to send me the instructions, but i don't receive anythingh, i tried to use the webmail with roundcube and horde, but i get 500 Error, so i want to use the e-mail, what can i do?
Edit: I'm in the Johnny's Server
If you think that the cPanel email is slow. Then I recommend trying out Yandex. You first sign up and create an account and organization. Then you go to admin and add your domains (the first one is the main domain the others are aliases). After that you add their MX record, SPF, and DKIM records. Click add a person and fill in the mandatory info and write your email and passwords.
Voila, you got yourself a fast and free domain email (that you can connect to Gmail or Microsoft 360).
P.S the limit is 1000 email accounts and 10 GB each.
Folks, I'd like to know if I'm doing this right:
I've just acquired a domain at Freenom (sitesfy.tk) and there in the DNS zone configuration I'm pointing there (data above). Is that all? How will your system know which site it's pointing to, as there are a lot of sites in your shared server. Isn't the IP necessary? Thanks.