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  1. You should try iUpdateIt...

    You should try iUpdateIt.
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    I've done something similar with a site called...

    I've done something similar with a site called Localendar. They give away free calendars, but if you pay the $9.95 per year you can do what's called a cobranded calendar with "merge" functions. This...
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    My suggestion is to use a simplified CMS like...

    My suggestion is to use a simplified CMS like iUpdateIt. What this would do is make it so you could put a snippet of code into their website in the spot you want them to be able to update (it's...
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    I'd contact the server and see if they have any...

    I'd contact the server and see if they have any sort of Control Panel. Most do... If not, then I'd suggest moving the whole thing to someone who does. There's lots of hosting companies out there...
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    Depending on the server you have the site on, if...

    Depending on the server you have the site on, if you park the other domain on the server it should give you the options to also setup email addresses. A lot depends on how it's setup. I use a linux...
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    I have no issue with working for competitors as...

    I have no issue with working for competitors as long as it's not a secret to them and as long as I have a contract with both companies that specifically lays out that I can work for whomever I want. ...
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    Instead of doing the forwarding, re-target the...

    Instead of doing the forwarding, re-target the DNS at the same server and then "Park" the domain on top of the existing website. This will then make it as if both are identical. Any time I've done...
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    SPF Records on the Server?

    I've been having some troubles with bounce backs and some blacklisting on my server account. I have the rDNS setup fine, but someone suggested to me to begin adding SPF records to my accounts. I...
  9. Yes, a CMS might work for you. Try iUpdateIt...

    Yes, a CMS might work for you. Try iUpdateIt to do what you want. This will give you the functions you want and still be able to control what the client can and can't get to on the site. Oh, and...
  10. I agree a CMS would do the trick, but I don't...

    I agree a CMS would do the trick, but I don't think you need a full blown CMS that runs your whole site. Try something a little more simplified like iUpdateIt which gives you targeted locations that...
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