ImageMagick is a software suite to create, edit, and compose bitmap images. It can read, convert and write images in a variety of formats (over 100) including DPX, EXR, GIF, JPEG, JPEG-2000, PDF, PhotoCD, PNG, Postscript, SVG, and TIFF. Use ImageMagick to translate, flip, mirror, rotate, scale, shear and transform images, adjust image colors, apply various special effects, or draw text, lines, polygons, ellipses and Bézier curves. The IP Deny Manager allows you to prevent an IP address, domain name, or block of IP addresses from accessing your web site. If someone is using a lot of your bandwidth, posting malicious content, or should not be allowed to access your site for another reason, you can preventing them from doing so in the IP Deny Manager. Our online knowledgebase (or KB) is packed full of answers to common issues so often you can find the answers to your questions quickly and easily there. Of course, if you can't find the answer, you can always open a support ticket or call us. With cPanel, you can manually download complete backups of your web site any time you like and restore the entire site if necessary. You can also extract individual files from the downloaded backup .tar file and then FTP them back to your site as necessary. Unfortunately we do not offer a customer-available automated backup solution at this time. This is the maximum number of recipients you can have on your mailing list. A mailing list is an e-mail account, such as, used to send out to multiple recipiets at one time. If you have a group of people you want to receive e-mails, rather than adding each name to your e-mail To: line, you can send your e-mail to and the message will be sent to all users on the list. In reverse, if someone sends a message to the list address, it will go to all recipients on the list. This is the maximum amount of space each of your databases can take up. This is the maximum number of separate user accounts that can be created to administer your MS SQL database. Add additional file types not supported by default, such as .mp3, so it triggers the right application in the user's browser when clicked on in your web site. Our advanced automated monitoring system runs 24x7 to keep an eye on all of our servers. It queries our servers and major services every few minutes, and also executes certain web pages to ensure no application services are down. If it does discover a problem, it tries to rectify the situation automatically and if it can't, it notifies us by e-mail and pager so we can respond quickly to resolve the issue and keep downtime to a minimum. We also have a sophisticated system that determines when any of our physical servers fail and automatically restarts the failed server on another physical machine. This way even if we have a hardware failure, your site will continue to operate!

IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol):

Along with POP3, one of the two most widely used email transfer methods. IMAP synchronizes email account information with the mail server on a regular basis. If you log in to multiple computers to check your email, IMAP will allow you to see what messages you have viewed, replied to, forwarded, etc. POP3 does not allow you to see this information.

Index Page:

The page viewed by default when a visitor accesses a directory of your website. If no index page exists for the specified directory, the visitor will see a list of files in that directory, unless you turn off indexing in cPanel. This page is most often titled index.html, index.htm or index.php.


Infuseweb performs nightly backups of each of its servers so that your information is protected in case you accidentally delete your files or a server fails. Not all data is recoverable and we do not guarantee that your data will always be recoverable so it is prudent to ensure you have backups of your files locally just in case. If you ever need your files restored, we charge a negligible $15 fee for simple file or folder recovery to help defray the cost of maintaining and supporting these backups. More time-consuming recovery services are billed at $15 per 15 minute increment. This is the total amount of Internet traffic that can flow to and from your website in the last 30 days. This includes your e-mail, web, and FTP traffic. As a reference, 10 GB bandwidth is equivalent to about 1 million visitors to your site! We provide you with some very simple web site stats standard as part of your web hosting plan from within the Helm control panel. You can easily see how much disk space and bandwidth your site is using

IP (Internet Protocol) Address:

 A number that identifies a computer on a network, making it possible for other computers to find and communicate with it.

IP Address

The Internet Protocol (IP) address is a computer's address. The IP address refers to the numerical component of an internet address or domain name. An IP address looks something like: 123.456.789.012. All websites you may visit have an IP address, just like any email you send originates from a computer with an IP address.


Internet Service Provider (ISP) is a company that provides access to the Internet. AOL, Yahoo!, MSN, Comcast, Bell, Rogers, and various local phone & communication companies are common ISPs.