We have currently moved around 20 domains to a new VPS Pro 2 server. We have not been able to figure out the correct settings for 3 oscommerce ecommerce stores ( I believe the settings in [url removed, login to view] files are the problem), 1 phpauctiongpl store. (Can not connect to database). All the files from the old server and the databases have been moved. We just need the settings changed to work with the new server. We will also have a couple of Microsoft Front Sites. We will need Front Page 2002 extensions installed on the server. We will also need to be able to access files from the server via ftp. Information on how to do that would be helpful. We can access via IE on our computer and login. However, we use FTPDesktop ([url removed, login to view]) Using the settings we have setup via ftp gives us a 220 error everyime. This may have something to do with simple setup properties.
The second and most important part of this job is setting up mail. We currently get some mail at the primary user account in IManager. Though, our mail does not go to any other user on the server. We have setup all of the users and virtual maps, but still cant get it to work. This needs to be the first fix.
I am certain that this is not a difficult task for someone familiar with unix. My experience is less than 5 days! We cant wait to figure this out on our own. We need it setup today! If you can not do this in the next 24 hours, please dont bid. We are standing by with information so you can begin working.
If you do not have experience with Unix, shell access, oscommerce, or a rating with RAC please do not bid.
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