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Setting Up Email

There are two kinds of email you could setup on your computer or device. They are POP3 (or POP) and IMAP. You can choose which type of email to use or just go with your defaults, but you'll need to know which is which in order to deploy your settings correctly. 


This is the default on most email applications. If you don't purposely select something else, then you will probably setup an IMAP account. 

Setting Up Email IMAP for an Multiple Devices

STEP 1: Incoming IMAP Server

You need to enter the name of our IMAP server provided by our server for your email and website. It's purpose is the gather incoming mail and serve it to you. The name of our mail server is "mail.savvywebster.net".
- Enter "mail.savvywebster.net" as the POP3 server.

Choose a CMS

I am often asked to explain the differences between the different Content Management Systems. While I try to give an objective evaluation, you must know that I have chosen the Drupal CMS framework exclusively for all our work. This is after having built my own CMS from scratch and spending two years in search of the best possible platform. 

There are many CMS's, some proprietary, some opensource. I will focus on the most popular CMS frameworks, which are all opensource. 

Launch CSS3 NOW!

After so many years of fighting incompatible web coding standards, it's a relief to find a standard that doesn't break things in non-compliant browsers. With CSS, you can breath life into every button, take the stiffness out of graphics and even add animation--all without harming the look in older browsers, like Internet Explorer 8. 

First and Foremost: Keep a Record


Where there is more than one person involved in your website project, you need to document project requirements, procedures, goals and important notes. Anything not written down can potentially be lost. Lost information has a good chance of harming your company or your project. By contrast, retaining useful information can be a valuable company asset. 


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Spam Exposure

Rule number 1: never post your email address online. Anti-spam strategies, such as removing the link, rendering the address as a graphic or enclosing it into a PDF file, are all subject to fail. The best strategy is just to never expose it. 

Domain Management

This is the most essential part of any website and needs to be carefully monitored and managed on at least an annual basis. In many respects your domain record is the deed to your building lot, the property on which you build your Internet house. You should review it for proper ownership, contacts and appropriate DNS configuration. 


It can take a good deal of time to locate a host provider with the level of reliability, support, security, stability and forward vision. I much prefer a Linux or Unix system server, which helps with reliability and security. It is also the native platform of the Internet. 


Databases may be housed in an outside server to help boost performance. However, this may compromise PCI compliance. 

Frequent Backups

Your database data is your most dynamic and most valuable data. You should install a backup script that is activated by a crontab script at least nightly. 

User Management

A static website is a dead website. Therefore, it is vital that every company who owns or professes to own a website ensure that their staff are contributing to the ongoing flow of content. To that end, it follows we should take advantage of the rich user management tools within Drupal. 


Decide early on what user roles there are and their use cases. Carefully define these roles, not only in their privileges you select in Drupal, but also in company documentation. You should also explain to users their roles so there are no misunderstandings. 

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