Support ~ POP3, Telnet, FTP
|Setup for every
client varies, but for each one you will need to specify your login,
password, and POP3 server. The following information will help you
configure your email client:
POP3 Server: mail.unisite.net
SMTP Server: mail.unisite.net
POP3 Account: firstname.lastname@example.org (Eudora Setting)
E-mail Addres login@your_domain.com.hk
NOTE : The word login in the above example will be replaced by your
If you have multiple accounts or email boxes, just configure your
email client with the appropriate login and password.
If you are using Imail (Unlimit E-mail Account), please go Imail
Server to management your Account.
Other E-mail Services:
Check Usage Quota
|TELNET is an
application program that you will run on your system. TELNET
emulates a connection between you and a remote system. This enables
you to perform functions and commands the same way if you were
physically at the machine.
It is also necessary to use TELNET if you plan on implementing any
type of programming into your web site. If you currently have a Web
Account, you will need to TELNET into your account to debug scripts
or compile executables.
NOTE: Frontpage Account users will need to TELNET into your account
to debug scripts or compile executables, too. However, MS Frontpage
already build-in a lot of functions for normal Website usage, like
CGI Form, Access Counter.
Once you have a telnet client you will want connect to:
unisite.net or IP format: 126.96.36.199
In your telnet program you will want to select:
VT100 terminal emulation
Telnet clients vary in the way they display the screen and fonts. If
it does not seem to be working, try using a different
For more information on what to do when you log in, refer to the
Basic UNIX Commands section of our support section.
|In order to
manage your account you will need to use what is called FTP (File
Transfer Protocol). This enables you to move files from your
computer to our servers.
Setting up your FTP client
Setup for every client varies, but for each one you will need to
specify your login, password, and HOST server.The following
information will help you configure your FTP client:
FTP Server: unisite.net
Once connected, you will be placed in your root directory. You
should already be familiar with the directory stucture as explained
in Getting familiar with your account.
Move to the directory on your computer where your web pages reside.
On your account, change directories to public_html. Now using the
FTP program upload your files.
NOTE : This is the directory that is accessed when your site is
loaded. They must be somewhere in public_html or in sub directories
under public_html to be viewable through the web.
NOTE : For Frontpage Account users. You may upload your file by
using Frontpage Explorer or ordinary FTP Client.