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  1. We allow one domain name per hosting plan. We will park an additional domain name on top of the original one hosted, but it will resolve to the same site.


    Under no circumstances will we allow more than one domain per hosted plan that does not resolve to the main hosted sites index.htm file.


    You cannot pint an additional domain name to a sub-domain either. This is a violation of our TOS and AUP, and will cause the account to be immediately suspended, and face possble termination.

  2. We can park that old domian name on top of the name you curently have hosted with us, and both will resolve to the current hosted account. They cannot go to separate sites with our hosting plan.


    If you need the old domain name to go to it's own site, then you will either need to purchase another hosting plan, or a reseller plan.


    If you want the old domain name parked on top of the current one, AND resolve to the same site, then open a help desk ticket. We will park it on top of your hosted name for free.

  3. Since I dont know you that well Mikey can I blame Tony? I am sure its an Arkansas thing.


    Sure, blame the hillbilly. Just because I walk around barefooted, with a piece of grass sticking out of my mouth,

    does that automatically mean I can find the delete button? :)


    Or maybe I could just say.....


    "I dd not make contact with the delete button" :D

  4. Welcome to the world of search engines.


    It may show up tomorrow, next week, next month, or NEVER. There is no guarantee that it will ever show up.


    Ah, the joy of free search engine submission...you are at their mercy. It is their decision whether to include you or not to include you.

  5. I believe that if you only want him to have access to that particular folder, you will need to set him up an ftp account with that username. That way, when he logs in, he will automatically go to that folder.


    Host name: ip address

    user: saforums@******

    passsord: whatever you assign


    remeber that the server is case sensitive, so everything must be in lower case


    The user name above must be in that syntax, (username@yourdomain)

  6. I send email out multiple times daily with Outlook. I use mail.****, and it always goes out (of course, '****' is replaced with my actual domain name).


    What kind of error are you getting? If it is a "Relaying denied" error, you have to check your email prior to sending any out. It you are getting a port blocked error, then you need to discuss this with your isp.


    Outlook works fine on our servers. :)

  7. I've registered it with you guys, and depending on whether I can park it I will have you guys host it, too.


    But I kinda need more than a "most likely"...


    The "most likely" was because you did not mention who you registered it through. We do not park domain names on TotalChoice, but when you are finished using the domain name, you can park it at Wild West Domains. You just update your nameservers to their default parked nameservers.

  8. CAn I temporarily 'park' a domain name? I want to set up a sitefor a local election but once the election is over we won't need the site for another couple of years. And I DO want to keep the domain name- just have it go 'inactive' between campaigns.


    Can this be done?


    This can, most likely, be parked at your registrar when you are finished. We do not park domain names on TotalChoice.

  9. I am a reseller and I need to submit a helpdesk ticket but when I try and log in I get a message saying I have the wrong login and password. I am trying to use the main accounts login and pass, is this not correct?


    Send me an email with your domain name, userid and password, and I will reset you in the help desk. Send it to tony@totalchoicehosting.com



  10. If you have ANY domain name pointed to any folder on your site, it is a violation. You can point another domain name to resolve to your index.htm page ONLY for your main site, but not to any other file or folder.

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