Yesterday I tried change my klox email in order to receive notifications on the same mail I handle all of my businesses so you know its email@example.com so in order to tell you and not deceive you yesterday I waited for hours for verification email to arrive and nothing.
N O U G H T !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So I humbly went to figure out today after arriving from my deals since I felt sleep and couldnt solve this issue yesterday.,Well I thaught if I keep this way Im not gonna move fwd at all so I decided creating other account but I realized it didnt bring confirmation mail neither so I realized is the same thing that happens with confirmation emails from our programs on kloxo that somehow are blocked on servers like YaHoO ,so if you are running the same issue on
you know now you need a gmail address as I did use and solved my issue ,well I can say a lot about this but rather would like to hear what you think about it and what solutions you suggest to solve this,dkim? or wriiting letters to yahoo?
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I was wondering if anyone was in the need or interested in a VPS that offers incredible disk speed. If people show some interest I would consider adding a plan that would set the disk onto a RAID 5 of 4 high speed solid state drives.
Anik Messages: 496 Registered: July 2011 Location: India
I'm making a site from scratch and i thought you guys can help me a little in this matter. I'm familiar with PHP but not pro in UI. I mean i can write down the programming and algorithms, but when it comes to make a appearance i got stuck. I know HTML & CSS but just can't write it on a notepad and run them in a dom to see how it looks like. Don't want to use any pre-designed theme or template. Just want to design one on my own. So i am asking is there any tool to create this, something like drag and drop? Heard photoshop can do that but it's too complicated and i don't have much time to get used to it. Little help will be helpful.
com2 Messages: 1119 Registered: August 2007 Location: Spain
Senior Master Developer
We live in the age of the open democratic (virtual) society. Too often I have seen users complaining here why their feature request (or sometimes almost bug reports) take so long to be accepted and implemented.
My proposal is that LxLabs uses a priority list that is directly based on the votes of their (potential) clients and users of their products. A voting system would make it clear to all what is more in demand by the clients and would show why we have to wait, because it would show us the queue.
You could use the voting system of this forum but may be there is even some specialised script available for this purpose.
dhmlife Messages: 36 Registered: January 2008 Location: Louisiana, USA
I just wanted to say, the lxlabs Team has demonstrated to me what I consider to be some of the best support and issue resolution, not to mention some of the fastest trouble issue turn-around time that I have experienced in a LONG time in the hosting world. They went WAY above and beyond the call of duty in order to help me get my servers setup and installed and even fixed a couple bugs while they were at it. Lxadmin will most definately be my hosting panel of choice from now on and I'm telling everyone I know in the game about them. N I C E Work Guys, keep it up.