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05-09-2012 05:36 AM

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I've noticed in some other threads that when adding premium site info into igetter there are a few things when adding the URL to be aware of. I.e. when dealing with rapidshare there is a "." placed before rapidshare and after//. There are other rapidshare sits that are entered as well. I.e. http and https versions of rapidshare.com and rapidshare.de. Are these alterations/site links needed for other premium sites such as extabit, netload, depositfiles ect........ Thanks for any help!

05-11-2012 04:54 PM

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iGetter Support

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Sites in the iGetter preferences, Site Manager, could be entered in some of the following manners:

http://.server.com/ - iGetter will send authentication info for any subdomain and subfolder of server.com for the HTTP protocol (i.e. http://www.server.com, http://www2.server.com, etc.

http://www.server.com/ - Only if host is exactly "www.server.com" for the HTTP protocol, but with any subfolder.

http://www.server.com/path/ - Only for the exact host with path (for the HTTP protocol).

Same entries could be entered for HTTPS and FTP protocols.

So the first form is most convenient if you download links from different servers of the same provider. Since some sites has local domains such as .de, .co.uk, etc. you should enter them as well if you have registration there and/or if you download links from them. Also, some links use HTTP, some HTTPS (secure HTTP) and some FTP, so you have to enter separate entries for all protocols.

How to determine easily what site entries to add? Just look at some link how it starts. Copy the protocol (http://, https://) along with host (that is from the dot before the site until the .com, .de, co.uk, etc.) and that's your site entry.

Also, what you will add in Site Manager depends on the sites and links. Some sites use cookies, so you don't need to add any user info in iGetter at all, other sites work with Basic authentication, so you need to enter their site in iGetter Site Manager. If you're a paid user of some service you can just ask them what they require for a download manager to work. For example RS has a direct downloads option in their premium area that users have to turn on.

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iGetter Support

10-14-2012 09:03 AM

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oco

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i am using Mac os 10.6.8 and Firefox and I cannot get any of my premium accounts to work in iGetter. I've tried the suggestions on the forum and they haven't worked. is this a common problem? only multi-hosters seem to work in igetter.
i would like some basic step-by-step instructions for rapidshare (yes I already turned on direct downloads and put the '.' in the place suggested for server--still no worky)- also not working for filepost or netload. what gives?

10-15-2012 06:42 PM

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iGetter Support

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Here is a thread about rapidshare:
http://www.igetter.net/forums/showthread.php3?threadid=1409

Here is a link that may be useful for other sites that you mention:
http://www.igetter.net/forums/showthread.php3?threadid=1459

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