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To view the Resource Alloted to your Account Plese follow the following steps:-

1) Go to Home > Resource Usage.

2) The resource allotments are listed as follows:

a) Disk space. The total amount of disk space allocated to your hosting account.

This amount is measured in megabytes. It includes disk space occupied by all

files related to this domain/Web site: Web site contents, databases, applications,

mailboxes, log files and backup files.

b) Maximum amount of traffic. Displays the amount of data in megabytes that can

be transferred from your Web site during a month.

c) Maximum number of subdomains. The number of subdomains that can be

hosted under your domain.

d) Maximum number of domain aliases. The number of additional alternative

domain names that you can use for your site.

e) Maximum number of Web users. Shows the number of personal web pages

that you can host for other users under your domain. This service is mostly

used in educational institutions that host non-commercial personal pages

of their students and staff. These pages usually have web addresses like

"http://your-domain.com/~username". If the Allow the Web users scripting

check box is selected, execution of scripts embedded in personal web pages

is allowed. See the Hosting Personal Web Pages on Your Web Server section

for details.

f)  Maximum number of additional Microsoft FrontPage accounts (available

only for Windows hosting):- Displays the maximum number of additional

Microsoft FrontPage accounts you can create on your domain.

g) Maximum number of FTP accounts (available only for Windows-based hosting).

Displays the maximum number of FTP accounts you can create on your domain.

h) Maximum number of mailboxes. Shows the number of mailboxes that can be

hosted in your domain.

i)  Maximum number of mail redirects. Shows the number of mail forwarders that

can be used in your domain.

j)  Maximum number of mail groups. Shows the maximum number of mail groups

that can be used in your domain.

k) Maximum number of mail autoresponders. Displays the number of automatic

responses that can be set up in your domain.

l)  Maximum number of mailing lists. Shows the number of mailing lists that you

can run in a domain. The mailing lists are served by the GNU Mailman software,

which may or may not be installed on the server. If it is not installed and you

would like to use it, ask your service provider to install it.

m)  Mailbox quota. Displays the amount of disk space in kilobytes that is allocated

for storing e-mail messages and autoresponder attachment files to each

mailbox in your domain.

n)  Maximum number of databases (available only for Linux hosting). Displays

the number of databases that can be hosted in your domain.

o)  Maximum number of MySQL databases and Maximum number of Microsoft

SQL server databases (available only for Windows hosting). Displays the

maximum number of MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server databases that can

be used by your domain.

p) MySQL databases quota and Microsoft SQL databases quota (available only

for Windows hosting). Displays the maximum disk space amount in megabytes

that MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server databases used by your domain can occupy.

q)  Maximum number of ODBC connections (available only for Windows hosting).

Displays the total number of ODBC connections that can be used by your domain.

r)   Maximum number of ColdFusion DSN connections (available only for

Windows hosting). Displays the total number of ColdFusion DSN

connections that can be used by your domain.

s)   Maximum number of Java applications. Displays the maximum number

of Java applications or applets that you can install in a domain.

t)   Maximum number of shared SSL links (available only for Windows hosting).

Displays the total number of shared SSL links that can be used on your domain.

u)   Validity period. Shows the term for a hosting account. At the end of the term,

your domain/web site will be suspended, its Web, FTP and mail services will no

longer be accessible to the Internet users, and you will not be able to log in

to the control panel.

3) Click OK.

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