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Setting Up Cronjobs For GoDaddy Hosting

GoDaddy CronjobsCronjobs is a schedule command/task that is executed on your server to run automatically at a specified time and date. A cronjob is a schedule task itself and it is very useful to automate repetitive tasks. For example, it allows email processing to run independently while not interfering with site operations. It is recommended in Komento to use cronjobs to parse emails as well as sending out notifications.### ConfigurationSetting up cronjobs in GoDaddy is relatively easy. All you'll need to do is to login to your GoDaddy account and launch web hosting. GoDaddyNext, you'll be presented with the following screen. Locate and click on Cron Job Manager button as shown in the screenshot below.GoDaddy After you've clicked the cron job button, a window popup will be displayed. To create a new cronjob task, you'll need to search and select cron.php file at /components/com_komento/cron.php from your site. Configure the rest of the options based on your preferences.GoDaddyAfter done, it should look something similar like this.GoDaddy Finally, you'll need to edit the cron.php file from your site. Locate the cron.php file at /components/com_komento/cron.php from your site. In this file, you'll need to find the following line of code and rename it accordingly.GoDaddyRename 'yoursite.com' to your domain name in order for cronjob to run successfully. Save this file and your cronjob configuration is now completed.

Important: Your domain name should NOT contain any protocol such as http:// or https:// leading in front.

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