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Web Hosting Guidance and Advice => E-Mail Troubleshooting and Tips => Topic started by: Mitch on October 28, 2009, 04:05:39 AM

Title: Database of E-mail Knowledge, Support and Help!
Post by: Mitch on October 28, 2009, 04:05:39 AM
On the Lunarpages Web Hosting Wiki, we have a plethora of e-mail tutorials, guides, tips and more for you to learn from.  E-mail or otherwise known as electronic mail enables you to send messages back and forth through the Web with anybody. Here at Lunarpages, you can setup as many e-mail accounts as you need, in most cases. The E-mail category via the Lunarpages Web Hosting Wiki is your first place to check for help when it comes to figuring out your e-mail issues.

If you have any tutorial or walk-through suggestions, please feel free to PM them to me via the forums here, or e-mail me directly at and I'll do my best to get it up and active as soon as possible. 

Here at Lunarpages, we like to provide you with all the tools, tips and advice you need to get the job done, and this section of the web hosting wiki is here to help with any e-mail woes you might be having.

Title: Re: Database of E-mail Knowledge, Support and Help!
Post by: SouthCountryMom on April 01, 2012, 11:23:54 AM
Hello!  Thanks for this helpful link.  I am confused about forwarding an entire domain to Gmail (for the spam benefits) as far as the warning, "Forwarding a domain's email will override the default address for that domain."

Can you please explain what this would mean to me?

Title: Re: Database of E-mail Knowledge, Support and Help!
Post by: jk1 on May 24, 2012, 08:17:01 PM
I am new at this forum and kind of desperate of need some help....  Several days ago, I got an email from LUNARPAGES TECH Support saying that our subdomain had over 400 email per minute sent from and the Tech support suggested we use PHPlist to control the email flow rate.  However, I tried to browse the knowledge wiki or the WWW, I still do not know how to install it on the Cpanel.
Could you help me how to install it?  Before I install PHPLIST successfully, we can not email at all.
Thank you for your help.
Title: Re: Database of E-mail Knowledge, Support and Help!
Post by: MrPhil on May 25, 2012, 05:36:03 AM
I replied in your other thread. Please do not shotgun a question all over the place.
Title: Re: Database of E-mail Knowledge, Support and Help!
Post by: dazle123 on June 28, 2012, 02:04:53 PM
Someone somehow has sent out heaps of spam using my account. As a result Lunar pages have disabled my email. And as a result I am not getting any email addressed to my business. I submitted a ticket yesterday morning and still await a reply or correction to my account.. I have checked this morning and still nothing! I have always been a great supporter of Lunar pages but they are letting me down so much here. I just don't know where to turn. Someone did phone and leave a message on our answer machine but it was so distorted it could not be understood. One wouldn't know if it was a fraudster or otherwise.
Title: Database of E mail Knowledge Support and Help
Post by: ronaldHobia on April 15, 2019, 08:15:13 PM

We have to create a sample report like the demo method. We need to use mysql database in

the dbqwikreport, but we dont know how to configuration the mysql database to report.

we need u r help. please advise us.

Thanks & Regards
Title: Re: Database of E-mail Knowledge, Support and Help!
Post by: MrPhil on April 16, 2019, 06:26:41 AM
DbQwikReport is (or was) a commercial (paid) product. You will probably get your best support from its maker. If you need to create a MySQL database, your control panel (cPanel or LPCP) should have a section to create a database, name it, create a user and password, associate that user with that database, and grant desired privileges to that user. Then you have to tell the product or application (DbQwikReport) the database name, location ('localhost' or a name or IP address, depending on what server you're on), user name, and password. The database name and user name are usually going to be prefixed by your account name and an underscore. E.g., if you create database 'glorp' and your account is 'yabbadabba', the database name you give to the application is 'yabbadabba_glorp'. At that point, your application should be able to create and fill the tables in the database.