Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of transfer_site_to_mfpl


Ignore:
Timestamp:
Dec 14, 2007, 11:26:19 AM (12 years ago)
Author:
Jamie McClelland
Comment:

--

Legend:

Unmodified
Added
Removed
Modified
  • transfer_site_to_mfpl

    v2 v3  
    66 1. Copy your web site to May First. If you have a standard html-based web site, this step should be a straight forward process of copying the file from your old Internet Service Provider to you computer, and then copying them from your computer to May First. If you use a Content Management System or some form of database driven web site, you may need extra help copying the database to May First. The best approach is to recruit the person who setup your database to help you with the switch. Depending on our workload, we can help you make the transition. After you copy the files - don't make any updates until after the change over takes place!
    77 1. Configure your email settings to download email from both your old Internet Service Provider and May First. Alternatively, if you use web mail, synchronize your email from your old Internet Service Provider to May First. This step has so many variations depending on how you use email, that we've developed a separate [wiki:transfer_email how-to] on this particular topic.
    8  1. Transfer control of your domain name from your existing Internet Service Provider to May First. This change typically takes 1 - 3 days to complete. More information on transferring your domain name is [transfer-domain here].know.
     8 1. Transfer control of your domain name from your existing Internet Service Provider to May First. This change typically takes 1 - 3 days to complete. More information on transferring your domain name is [wiki:transfer-domain here].know.