How to install email on your iPhone or iPad

Having email on your iPhone and iPad is very convenient if you want to be able to check your email at any time. It means that you don’t have to wait until you’re at a computer to check your emails, saving you time and hassle, and you can read and reply to important mails as soon as they arrive in your in box. It is very easy to set up too!

What you’ll learn in this guide:

  • How to set up an email account if you don’t already have one (Gmail, Outlook etc.) and get the login details
  • How to find and open the iPhone or iPad email application
  • How to use your sign in details to connect your email account to the iPhone or iPad email app
  • Choosing what you want to synchronise
  • Confirming your account and starting to use your email
  • A brief overview of some of the main third party email apps

Follow these step by step instructions to install email on your iPhone or iPad

Step 1: Making sure you

Facebook Founder meets founder of Nigerian female Facebook group

The Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, on Tuesday received Nigeria’s Lola Omolola, founder of a private Facebook group called Female in Nigeria.

FIN was founded in 2015 by Ms. Omolola, as a movement of women focused on building compassion and providing support for one another, with the goal of having up to 1000 members in the group.

However, the group exceeded its target as it recently hit one million members. It currently has about 1,045,148 members, all female.

According to Mr. Zuckerberg’s Facebook page on Tuesday, he will be meeting with Ms. Omolola and hundreds of other top Facebook group admins in Chicago later in the month for the first ever Facebook Communities Summit.

Mr. Zuckerberg said, “Ov

Google accuses Uber of stealing their technology

Alphabet on Thursday filed a lawsuit accusing Uber and its self-driving vehicle unit Otto of stealing technology from Waymo, a subsidiary of the Google parent company.

“Otto and Uber have taken Waymo’s intellectual property so that they could avoid incurring the risk, time and expense of independently developing their own technology,” Waymo said in a San Francisco federal court filing.

The suit contends that a Waymo manager took technical data with him when he left to launch a competing venture that went on to become Otto.

“We take the allegations made against Otto and Uber employees seriously and we will review this matter carefully,” an Uber spokeswoman said in an email reply to an AFP inquiry. Waymo called for a trial, and urged the court to order Otto and Uber to stop using patented technology at issue in the case. Waymo also wanted unspecified damages in what it described in court documents as “an action for trade secret misappropriation,

10 Ways to Detect and Stop Malware/Phishing Attacks

For those of you that don’t know, phishing is essentially the process of stealing a user’s confidential information, such as passwords, personal details, bank details etc, through deceptive practices. Initially, emails were the primary method adopted by such individuals; however, with the growing popularity of social media networks and Smartphones, the various methods of attack have started to expand.

The most common phishing attack entails sending an unsolicited email to an end user, this email will usually contain a link to another website (such as PayPal or Facebook), however, when the user clicks on the link, unbeknownst to him/her they will be taken to a counterfeit site, where they will be asked to input their confidential details.

10 Ways to Detect and Stop Malware/ Phishing Attacks

Other forms of phishing attacks are as follows:

What is an Addon Domain – Basic

An addon domain is a fully functional domain that can be created from within your control panel. Think of it as having multiple hosting packages all sharing the same control panel. You can create email addresses, forwarders and more — the same way you do for your primary domain on the account. The only difference is that the files share the same control panel and server.

S4H offers unlimited addon domains for all accounts except for the Small plan.

An addon domain created in cPanel will only function if the domain is registered and pointed to the server via nameservers or an A record. Additional domains for this purpose may be registered and pointed to your account here.

How the Addon Domain Appears

For Visitors

When incoming traffic visits your addon domain, there should be no evidence that it is an addon domain. The addon domain will act as an indepe

How to Upload Files to your Website using File Manager

You can upload your files directly through cPanel using the File Manager. File Manager is a web interface that allows you to manage all files associated with your account.

This following video demonstrates some common tasks that can be accomplished with File Manager, including uploading, renaming and deleting files.

Note: There is a 500 MB upload limit through File Manager. If you need to upload a larger file, please use FTP.

cPanel’s File Manager may look slightly different depending on which version of cPanel your server is running, however, the functionality described in the video is the same.

How to Upload a File Using File Manager

To upload a file through cPanel’s File Manager, please do the following:

  1. Login to cPanel.
  2. Under Files, click File Manager.
  3. Select Web Root and Show Hidden Files, then click