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You would create a new alias/forwarder for each address. So, if you wanted to forward firstname.lastname@example.org to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org, you would create an individual forwarder for contact@ that went to john@ and then another one called contact@ that went to graham@.
Yes, you can setup e-mail aliases/forwarders in your cPanel (or SiteAdmin) interface.
You don’t have a MySQL user/password until you create one. You need to login to your SiteAdmin or cPanel account and create your user/password from the MySQL section.
Remember that whenever you create a database, you need to “assign” that user to have privileges to your database and you can do that from your control panel too.
All you need to do is login to your WordPress admin (/wp-admin/), go to the “Appearance” tab and then click on “Install Themes.” From there you can search the community themes or upload your own.
We will be adding more tutorials on FTP setup, but all you need to do is go into SiteAdmin or cPanel and then go to the “FTP Accounts” section. From there, you fill out the form on that page to create the actual account on the server.
Once the account is created, you would connect to it in your FTP client like you would with your main account, but with the user/password you created.
Remember that all secondary FTP accounts need to use the full domain in the login (like an email address) when connecting. So, if you created an account called “wordpress” you need to login with “email@example.com” as the user name.
I am not familiar with Akeeba, but all you should need to do is transfer the entire Joomla directory over to our server. Then, you need to import a backup of your database (should be in a .sql file format). You can import the database backup from phpMyAdmin (available in SiteAdmin/cPanel).
You will then need to modify your Joomla configuration file (configuration.php usually) and make sure the settings for your database are updated to match the information for your Site5 account instead of your previous host.
Please also remember that if you are a new customer, we do offer a migration service that can take care of all of this for you. Simply submit a migration request from within Backstage in the “Addons” tab.
Those statistics are for the entire server as a whole. Unfortunately, there is no way to get per-user statistics like that from the MySQL server into phpMyAdmin.
There is no charge. In fact, you can create a self-signed cert and key yourself from within your SiteAdmin or cPanel interface.
You can submit a domain change request from within Backstage (https://backstage.site5.com). It can be found under the “Addons” tab.
The max attachment size is set to 50MB, but remember that email size does inflate in size due to message encoding.