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	<theme>How do I log on to my account
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xmlns="http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40">FTP is short for File Transfer
Protocol
- a method to transfer files between local computers and
servers located
elsewhere.


<b>If you don&#039;t have a domain name hosted with us:</b>
-----------------------------------------------
FTP address: <b>username.echoechoplus.com</b>
FTP username: <b>admin@username.echoechoplus.com</b>
FTP password: The password for your account.
FTP Port: <b>21</b> (The industry standard FTP port)
-----------------------------------------------
Replace &quot;username&quot; with your actual username.
You may replace &quot;admin&quot; with the name of one of
your user
accounts.
If the above doesn&#039;t work it may be that you FTP
program doesn&#039;t
allow @ in usernames. 
Try <b>admin<span style="color:
red;">#</span>username.echoechoplus.com</b>
instead.
-----------------------------------------------



<b>If you have a domain, example.com, hosted with us:</b>
-----------------------------------------------
FTP address: <b>ftp.example.com</b>
FTP username: <b>admin@example.com</b>
FTP password: The password for your account.
FTP Port: <b>21</b> (The industry standard FTP port)
-----------------------------------------------
Replace &quot;example.com&quot; with your actual domain
name.
You may replace &quot;admin&quot; with the name of one of
your user
accounts.
If the above doesn&#039;t work it may be that you FTP
program doesn&#039;t
allow @ in usernames. 
Try <b>admin<span style="color:
red;">#</span>username.echoechoplus.com</b>
instead.
-----------------------------------------------</content>
	<author>EchoEcho Support</author>
	<date>12.07.2009, 21:07</date>
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