Forum Activity for @mysong

MySong
@mysong
22 Jul 2015 01:48:56PM
155 posts

Sending emails from @domain.com in JR Hosting


Jamroom Hosting

Thanks for suggestion.

brian:
go to Settings -> Accounts and Import -> "Add Another Email Address You Own".

See on the next screen it asks you for SMPT info
MySong
@mysong
22 Jul 2015 01:25:00PM
155 posts

Sending emails from @domain.com in JR Hosting


Jamroom Hosting

Gmail

They used to allow the adding of any email address and all you had to do was get a confirmation email with a pin, a process that worked perfectly once you had a 'forward' set up to get that pin.

Recently, few months ago they changed that and now the only way you can add a new 'sending email account' is with SMPT info.
MySong
@mysong
22 Jul 2015 01:14:07PM
155 posts

Sending emails from @domain.com in JR Hosting


Jamroom Hosting

Saw that, it only tells you how to create a forward not how to send from such an email address. I see you guys are able to send from @jamroom.net emails, is there a way this can be replicated?

Thanks,
MySong
@mysong
22 Jul 2015 06:42:26AM
155 posts

Sending emails from @domain.com in JR Hosting


Jamroom Hosting

Anyone know how this works?
MySong
@mysong
20 Jul 2015 08:32:35AM
155 posts

Sending emails from @domain.com in JR Hosting


Jamroom Hosting

Asking something else, not about the site's auto emails. How do you use your @domain.com email to reply to messages?

In cpanel hosting you just set up a mail box and then add the given SMPT and POP info to gmail.

However in 'JamRoom Hosting' backend there is not such option.
MySong
@mysong
20 Jul 2015 06:20:52AM
155 posts

Sending emails from @domain.com in JR Hosting


Jamroom Hosting

Currently a forward can be set up for your @domain.com email in the JR Hosting that allows you to receive emails from that email.

How do you get the ability to send emails from that @domain.com email?
I see you guys have it working on @jamroom.net emails.

Lets say you want to add this email account to gmail, it would need the SMTP and POP info, is that something that can be accessed?

Thanks
updated by @mysong: 22 Aug 2015 04:12:22AM
MySong
@mysong
28 Jun 2015 06:27:45AM
155 posts

Multiple Upload to an Existing Album


Using Jamroom

Tested, seems to work, thanks for the help.
MySong
@mysong
25 Jun 2015 04:12:06PM
155 posts

Multiple Upload to an Existing Album


Using Jamroom

Using 'form designer' I added a new 'audio_file' field to 'audio/update_album'

I copied the exact setting from 'audio_file' field in 'audio/create_album'

Yet when saved it just displays as a single audio file upload option (for some random file in the album)

Any idea?
updated by @mysong: 25 Jun 2015 04:12:38PM
MySong
@mysong
25 Jun 2015 03:59:37PM
155 posts

Multiple Upload to an Existing Album


Using Jamroom

When an album is first created there is an option to upload multiple audio files.

Once an album has already been created, on the 'album update page' there is no option to add audio files to the existing album.

On the 'create audio file page' only one file can be added at a time, which is very time consuming.

Is there a way to add multiple files to an existing album?

Thanks
updated by @mysong: 29 Jul 2015 09:48:45PM
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