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Email & Apps

Although it is common to set up email clients such as Outlook after a migration, Rackspace mailboxes can be accessed at any time after they are created.  Accessing the mailbox does not interrupt a migration in process.
Users who...
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When you are migrating email to Rackspace, all email might not be migrated over to the new Rackpace mailboxes after the first migration pass.  This incomplete migration usually occurs during the Switch Over phase when changing MX...
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When you migrate your email from Google, it is important to note that Google email does not use sub-folders.  Instead, Google categorizes email by using "labels."  As a result, some migration services must convert the Google...
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When performing an email migration, some customers might need to restrict access to a defined set of IP addresses, typically for security reasons.  This article provides the range of IP addresses from which our MigrationWiz tool...
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This article will provide you with instructions on migrating Public Foder data via Outlook 2010.  The process is grouped into two sections:  
1) Export Public Folder items to .pst    
2) Importing .pst into Public Folder
Public...
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After completing an email migration to Rackspace, some iOS and Android users may experience issues in the way emails are sorted on their mobile devices.
Specific Behavior
Users may notice messages sorted in order from oldest to...
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POP email is typically stored locally on a computer and removed from the mail server after being downloaded by the client.  In many cases, this data cannot be migrated with our migration tool when it does not exist on your source...
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Server Migration

In the previous article you learned how to identify the Rackspace Cloud Nameservers, and that you will have to update them with your current domain registrar in order to transfer an existing domain to be served from your new...
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DNS

In the previous article you learned how to identify the Rackspace Cloud Nameservers, and that you will have to update them with your current domain registrar in order to transfer an existing domain to be served from your new...
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One of the greatest conveniences of Rackspace Cloud Sites is automatic DNS provisioning when you add a new domain through your Control Panel. But what if you're hosting your DNS externally to Rackspace? How will you update your...
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Linux MySQL

Cloud Sites will be retiring MySQL 4 soon in favor of MySQL 5. Any sites using MySQL 4 after November 1, 2011, will be automatically migrated to MySQL 5.
Migrating affected sites between MySQL versions will of necessity involve...
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Windows MSSQL

NOTE: This article refers to the Cloud Sites Control Panel. You can access this interface from the Cloud Control Panel by clicking your username in the upper-right corner of the control panel and selecting Cloud Sites Control...
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