Last year we let you know that SquirrelMail was going to be retired, and that time has come. In the last week of February 2019, SquirrelMail will be permanently removed and will no longer be available for use.
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SquirrelMail has been an option for Webmail since it was introduced over a decade ago and it hasn’t changed much in terms of features or appearance since. Its amazing stability allowed it to gather a faithful following among all types of users.
Unfortunately, SquirrelMail is being removed. Why do you ask?
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I’m happy to announce that GreenGeeks is now offering our customers free Let’s Encrypt Wildcard SSL Certificates for their websites.
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On April 21st, we turn 10 years old!
Ten years. Wow! I’m going to let that sink in for a moment.
In 2008, Trey founded GreenGeeks with a vision to not only become the best web hosting platform available but also create an organization that led the change in being environmentally friendly. I loved the vision Trey had and although we have known each other for years online – we had never met! In 2009, we took a chance together, and I joined the company, we finally met 6 months after starting the company. Together, we had a sense of renewed excitement for the vision of being the World’s #1 Green Energy Web Hosting Provider. Since then, we have grown to become one of the largest web hosting providers servicing over 300,000 websites to customers in over 150 countries globally.
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Over the holidays, our system admins were busy behind the scenes launching a new application known as WordPress Protect, which provides for more robust protection for WordPress websites. WordPress Protect joins our ever growing security suite which is part of our new hosting platform.
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Unless you have been living under a rock, you’ve most certainly have heard about Hurricane Harvey and the devastation it has caused in Houston, Texas and the surrounding areas.
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Early last month, we announced that we made improvements to our hosting service by revamping our shared hosting platform to increase performance, reliability and scalability. These improvements were put in place to lay the ground work for many things to come as we are investing heavily in making our hosting the best there is.
Our vision as a hosting provider is to allow our customer to focus on deploying, managing and growing their websites without having to worry about the underlying technology. The hosting platform should just work. We like to refer to this ideology as “HaaS” (hosting-as-a-service). We are moving towards a more streamlined hosting experience for our customers.
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GreenGeeks is always striving to ensure that our customers are getting the best web hosting experience possible, from the latest technologies to the best customer service. We wake up every day, constantly thinking of new ideas and speaking to our customers to hear about their needs. We then work hard to deliver.
Today, I’m excited to announce a few improvements that we’ve made to our hosting platform, as we work towards our goal of providing next-generation web hosting services.
These improvements are the initial stages of our plan to provide powerful web hosting solutions that will simplify the way our customers deploy and manage websites.
Here they are…
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PHP 7 hosting has been launched for all GreenGeeks customers. How do you do it, what is PHP and how does this all effect you? I hope to tackle all these concerns and more. What is so great about this new PHP version? PHP 7 does bring in a significant performance boost. There are also some new language features too.
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Recently, we’ve been seeing an increase of an e-mail phishing attempts pretending to be eNom and other domain registrars. So we thought we would make a public service announcement to warn our customers and others of the attack on-going across the Internet.
The attack seems to be a “spear phishing attempt”, which mentions specific domain names related to you instead of just random domain names/information. The e-mail also includes a downloadable file and the phone number on the email is invalid.
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