|FAQ||Who is using this service|
Q. How can I migrate my pages to Sanmita?
A. Please migrate your site (in less than 1 minute) using this link: http://cupeople.sanmita.com/cupeople-migration/
After migration, your site will be available at: http://cupeople.sanmita.com/pages/netid/
Q. I completed the migration, but some of the pages show strange characters or do not show images. What should I do?
A. Sometime pages created with software like Microsoft Word have trouble getting migrated with our tool. If that is the case, please upload original files/images using our online file manager tool.
Q. How do I update my pages hosted on Sanmita server?
A. You can add/edit/delete pages using web based file manager:
Q. How can I recall my file manager login and password?
Visit this page to recall your login and password:
Q. Will I be able to have my own domain name?
A. By default your CUPeople pages will have following address: http://cupeople.sanmita.com/pages/netid/
But if you like a custom address e.g. www.mydomain.info or similar, it would cost:
Q. What is included in this service?
A. This service includes following features:
Q. How much does it cost?
A. This service is free to Cornell University faculty, student, alumni and staff for first year (until June 30, 2010) after that this service costs $99 per year. You can cancel this service anytime during the first year with no obligation.
Q. What other options do I have other than Sanmita service?
A. Cornell Information Technologies (CIT) has listed possible options here:
Q. Why should I choose Sanmita service instead of options like Google sites, Facebook, MySpace, Confluence & Vivo?
A.Here is a brief comparison
Q. Is this a Cornell sponsored service?
A. No, this is not a Cornell sponsored service. Although we have tested our systems with many components used by Cornell IT environment.
Q. How can I redirect my current pages located at http://www.people.cornell.edu/pages/netid/ to Sanmita location?
A. Please check the following page by CIT:
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