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Hello,

Please read the following information carefully and use the appropriate instructions for your particular situation. We have included instructions for FTP (File Transfer Protocol), Microsoft FrontPage 97 and FrontPage 98, Microsoft FrontPad or FrontPage Express (which ships with Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.X, and the Microsoft Web Publishing Wizard. If you will be using other means of transferring your files to the Web server, the basic concept is to point your program to the Web server: organizations.nlamerica.com and use the same username and password that you use to dial into the Internet. 

*NOTE:  The NetLine America web server is running Microsoft FrontPage 98 server extensions.  We highly recommend using Microsoft FrontPage due to its ease of use and powerful wizards.  Even if you've used other means of managing your web pages in the past, you now have the ability to use Microsoft FrontPage to edit your existing pages.

FTP Users:

If you will be using standard FTP to transfer your files, you may begin logging in and sending over your files using your favorite FTP program. Set the server to organizations.nlamerica.com inside the FTP client software.  After you have copied all of your files, you can test your site by logging into the Internet as usual and going to the address: Http://organizations.nlamerica.com/login-name (substitute login-name for yours).

Microsoft FrontPage 97 & 98 Users:

Open the FrontPage explorer and select Open an Existing FrontPage Web. If you are running FrontPage 97, type organizations.nlamerica.com in the Web Server field and click the List Webs button. If you are running FrontPage 98, click on the More Webs... button and then type organizations.nlamerica.com in the Web Server field and click the List Webs button. You should not have to enter the Web server address again, unless you re-install FrontPage, or we change something on our end. Pick out your user name in the listed Webs and click OK. FrontPage will now attempt to make the connection to our server. If prompted for your username and password, enter the same username and password that you use to connect to the Internet. The advantage to using Microsoft FrontPage is that now it operates similar to a word processing program. As you make changes and click on the save button, your changes are transferred directly to our server. After your first session, you will have the option of opening your most recent Web the next time you run FrontPage. After you have saved all of your changes, you can test your site by logging into the Internet as usual and going to the address: Http://organizations.nlamerica.com/login-name (substitute login-name for yours).

Microsoft FrontPad, FrontPage Express, or Web Publishing Wizard Users:

Microsoft provides a nice little utility for transferring Web related files from your computer to a Service Provider's Web server called the Web Publishing Wizard. This is also how Microsoft FrontPage Express (that ships with Internet Explorer 4.X) transfers Web Pages that you create in it to a Service Provider's Web server. It's not quite as easy as using the full versions of FrontPage, but it gets the job done. To transfer files using the Web Publishing Wizard, open it up from your start menu. Click Next to continue the transfer. In the next screen, select the files or folders that you wish to transfer and click Next. On the next screen you are prompted to select a Web server to send your files to. If this is the first time you are using the Web Publishing Wizard to transfer files, you will need to click on the New button. In the description field you can type NetLine America. In the Service Provider pulldown box pick FrontPage extended Web and click Next. In the next screen, you are prompted to enter the URL provided by your Service Provider. Type in http://organizations.nlamerica.com/username (substituting the word username for your actual username, such as jdoe). Click Next. In the next screen, select the appropriate dial-up networking selection that you use to dial into the Internet. It should already be listed as the default. The Web Publishing Wizard will check the connection to the server and present you with a screen to finish the job. Click Finish. You will be prompted for your User Name and Password. Enter the same username and password that you use to connect to the Internet. At this time your files should be transferred and if all goes well, you will get a confirmation box saying that all files were transferred successfully.

Thank you,

NetLine America, Inc.
WebMaster@nlamerica.com

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