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- DomainKeys Identified Mail: a system for digitally signing email that provides the means to securely verify that the email's origin is legitimate.
- wikipedia:Domain Name System: a naming system for computers, services, or any resource connected to the Internet or a private network (i.e. that identifies "google.com" with its internet protocol address)
- wikipedia:Fully qualified domain name: a domain name that specifies its exact location in the tree hierarchy of the Domain Name System (DNS).
- wikipedia:Message transfer agent: an email relay service, i.e. Postfix, QMail or Exim4.
- wikipedia:Simple Mail Transfer Protocol: a network protocol for sending email to a remote server, often involving password authentication and end-to-end SSL encryption.
- (a.k.a Transport Layer Security) a method of connecting to a remote network host that encrypts traffic on any given network protocol that uses it.
- wikipedia:Transport Layer Security a method of connecting to a remote network host that encrypts traffic on any given network protocol that uses it.
- wikipedia:Cron: a job scheduler for UNIX-like operating systems
- installation directory
- The directory (folder) on the web server where X2Engine is installed. You will know that you are operating within this directory when you see a file constants.php and the following subdirectories: assets, css, custom, framework, images, js, protected, themes and uploads.
- wikipedia:Uniform Resource Identifier: The part of a URL that identifies the resource on the server to be accessed. In the context of the API, this refers to the relative path within the web server based in the web root of X2Engine, i.e. index.php/api2/Contacts/324.json as opposed to the full URL, which begins with the protocol (i.e. "http") and might also contain a path relative to the web site's document root
- user menu
- The menu accessed by clicking on one's own username in the far upper-right-hand corner of the application.