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  1. I received this e-mail regarding two separate TCH accounts I have. Is this a phishing scam or does it have some credibility? This notification is to let you know that some or all of the products you purchased from TotalChoice Hosting will now be managed through Domains Priced Right®. Domains Priced Right offers the same great domain and service management tools, as well as friendly, 24/7, expert service. To resume management of these services, visit h**ps://www.securepaynet.net/default.aspx?prog_id=domainspricedright&isc=wwbbdpr112 and use the same username and password you use
  2. I realize that server 24 was having issues yesterday, but are you guys still have problems with it. When I tried to upload stuff via my ftp, it said it couldn't connect to the server. I could make changes via the cpanel but not my ftp. Is there still an issue with it? My site is www.hockeycat93.com Thanks!
  3. OK...I keep on hearing about blogs and how they need to be installed in my CGI folder. I am a newbie with this stuff and I don't know how to do it. I've been able to create a basic HTML file for a blog but I keep on hearing about MT blogs. Basically, if anybody can give me any information on how to do this, especially doing it through my CGI, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks!
  4. It's working now. Thanks Rick! You didn't have to bring up FormMail just for me. I ended up using one of the .php files suggested by one of the people on the thread listed here. I hadn't been aware of the problems FormMail was causing. Cat
  5. OK...I'm new to this CGI stuff so please bear with me. I am trying to create a form but I seem to have problems with the scripting because everytime I try to "send" the form, I get a "500 Internal Server Error." Here is my coding: > <form name="form1" method="post" action="http://hockeycat93.com/cgi-sys/FormMail.cgi"> <input name="recipient" type="hidden" value="cat@hockeycat93.com"> <input name="subject" type="hidden" value="Dreamweaver MX form"> <input name="redirect" type="hidden" id="redirect" value="http://www.hockeycat93.com"> Am I missing
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