Yes, your web page is visible at the following url: http://<ip_address>/~<siteworxuser>/ where <ip_address> is the IP address that the domain is assigned to and <siteworxuser> is the Linux user assigned to your domain (normally the first 8 letters of the domain name, omitting punctuation and spelling out numbers).
You can use something called smtproutes to have the interworx server always use your external smtp server when sending messages FROM the interworx server to the outside world. This would in effect make the interworx server(s) “relay” their messages through your external smtp server. Your external smtp server would have to be configured to allow […]
Yes, but it should only be done in extreme cases such as if you are behind a firewall and do not have access to opening the correct port. Make sure to find a port that you know is open and not being used by something else to minimize conflicts. To change the port InterWorx runs […]
InterWorx has both SMTP-AUTH and POP-before-SMTP enabled by default.
You can mount remote file NFS filesystems and access them as though they exist on your server. How to: Add a Mounted NFS Share Click the System Services menu item if it is not already open. Click the NFS Server menu item if it is not already open. Click the Mounts menu item. Enter the hostname of the remote server to […]