Email Settings for Oakley Studio Clients

Email Settings for Oakley Studio Clients

Use the email configuration settings (below) to set up your domain name email account in any email application — Mac Mail, Outlook, Thunderbird, etc. Webmail If you like Webmail, try logging in to your webmail account here: mail.mailconfig.net (Once you’re...
Soccer Time

Soccer Time

We are currently on soccer time here at Oakley Studio, enjoying as much Sochi RU 2018 World Cup Soccer as we can mange over the rabbit ears (amped antenna to digital converter box.) I’m normally up and about by 7:00am New York time, how about you? Catching those...
Blacklisted!

Blacklisted!

In mid-April our primary Oakley Studio web server, hosting about 35 client websites, was blacklisted for email spamming. This blog post explains what that means, the effect it had on email delivery for some of these clients, what the potential risks are, and what...
WordPress Ooops!

WordPress Ooops!

WordPress security and bug fix updates are released from time to time, and because we want all Oakley Studio client websites to remain secure, we check for those updates every day, first thing each morning. When our daily checks show there is a new version of...
Winning the Server Test

Winning the Server Test

I had the opportunity this week to speed-test my Oakley Studio Websites Production02 cloud-based web server against one of the big commodity website hosting firms. The request came from one of my resellers, who has a client who is concerned about website load times....
Blogging Your Ongoing Story

Blogging Your Ongoing Story

At Oakley Studio, LLC we believe every web site should have a blog at it’s core. (You’ll see why in just a moment.) The blog represents your ongoing story. What is your ongoing story? For a business, your story is any new development that is worth...
Secure Connections for Everyone

Secure Connections for Everyone

What if there was a way to easily provide secure connections for everyone visiting your website. That would be really good, don’t you think? Establishing encrypted connections like this has been possible for many years, but until recently it was expensive to implement. You needed to have a “Secure Digital Certificate” issued by a certifying authority that independently verifies your business and certifies the authenticity of your website…