MU online servers are servers that allow you to access the Internet. Internet servers are important because they have room to store information and online resources. Servers also store your e-mail and provide elements of Web design, such as a place to keep your attachments and files, as well as your Web building programs. Configuring an MU server is a quick process, because the set-up is almost automatic.
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Access the MU server on the primary computer connected to it. An MU server requires professional installation, so once that is complete, you may use your administrator password and login name to log in to the server as an administrator. You need to log in as an administrator to access the set-up process.
Click on "Configure" to begin the configuration process. This is an automatic process, but you will need to enter specific information to configure it. Enter your main e-mail website address, and your e-mail username and password when prompted to configure your e-mail. Enter the URL of your website so you can configure it as well when prompted. This is the website that you currently own, and that is attached to the MU server or program. You must have permission to add this website to the MU server.
Click through the rest of the automatic set-up and configuration options. You will be asked a series of questions to finish the configuration. These questions include your IP address, the main IP address of the site you intend to use the MU server through, and the email configurations that you want to use with the MU server.
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