NAS server · Share files once

Upload files on your Synology with a link and no access rights

Have you ever wanted to ask your family, friends, customers or suppliers to upload files to your Synology with a simple link and without having to give them per Well, now you can. I discovered this by chance… Here is how: Navigate to the folder you want them to upload the files or create one: Right-click… Continue reading Upload files on your Synology with a link and no access rights

Configure SSL /https · NAS server · Secure your NAS

Secure your synology with https/ SSL certificate from Let’s Encrypt

Have you updated your Synology to the latest DSM 6? If you haven’t done it yet, here is reason to get you started. I have been wanting to do this for a long time, but I never managed to figure out how to do it until now. First step: You need to have your own domain… Continue reading Secure your synology with https/ SSL certificate from Let’s Encrypt

Domain Names · NAS server

Map your synology address with your own domain and dynamic IP address

In this blog post, i will show you how to map your Synology http address to your own domain, even if you don’t have a static IP address. If you dont have a static IP address, you are using a Dynamic name service provider like no-ip or synology’s own service. Those services provide you with… Continue reading Map your synology address with your own domain and dynamic IP address

Update wordpress automatically · Wordpress · Wordpress setup

Automatically update a new version of wordpress in your Synology

I have previously shown you how to update manually wordpress on your Synology in the following post: Manually update a new version of wordpress in your Synology But today I am going to show you how to do it “automatically”. It is faster and error free. 🙂 Pre-requisites The first thing you need is to… Continue reading Automatically update a new version of wordpress in your Synology

Backup plan · NAS server

Back up your synology on Microsoft Azure

I will show you here how to backup your Synology in Azure. The first thing you need to do is to create a storage account in Azure. Login in Azure and click on “New” in the Azure portal: Search by “storage”: and select “Storage account” Select “Resource Manager” to create a new resource for the… Continue reading Back up your synology on Microsoft Azure

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Share File Station folders with Cloud Station 3.2

UPDATE: For previous versions of Cloud Station follow these steps. Did you know that you can share your File Station folders with your friends or colleagues using File Station? IMPORTANT NOTE: You can only sync “root folders” (highest level of a folder in the File Station. Other folders will not appear on Cloud Station app. It is actually… Continue reading Share File Station folders with Cloud Station 3.2

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Email notifications stopped working on your Synology? Here is the simple solution…

As explained on a previous post, your NAS can send you email notifications to alert or inform about changes: back up notifications, connection failure, etc. If you have had email notifications configured in your NAS and they suddenly stopped,  you are probably wondering what has caused it. This happend to me and I only realized… Continue reading Email notifications stopped working on your Synology? Here is the simple solution…