Transitioning your web presence from 20i to Brixly requires careful planning and execution, as unfortunately 20i do not provide a 'cPanel' based hosting environment - instead, they have their own control panel, which can make moving somewhat of a challenge! This guide provides a step-by-step approach to migrating both your websites and email accounts, ensuring a smooth transition with minimal disruption.

Migrating Websites:

To migrate your website from 20i, which does not use cPanel, to Brixly, you will need to manually transfer your files and databases. For WordPress sites, you can take advantage of our Softaculous 'Remote WordPress Import' facility.

  1. Manual Website Migration: For a comprehensive guide on manually migrating your sites to Brixly, please visit our article Manually Migrating Your Sites to Brixly.

  2. Softaculous Remote WordPress Import: If you're migrating a WordPress site, our Softaculous tool can simplify the process. Detailed instructions can be found in our guide Migrating a WordPress Site from Another Host Using Softaculous Remote Import.

Migrating Emails: 

When it comes to email migration, our IMAP Migration tool within the Migration Center is designed to facilitate a seamless transfer of your email data.

  1. IMAP Email Migration: For step-by-step instructions on using the Migration Center to migrate your emails from an IMAP provider, please refer to our article Migrating Emails from IMAP Providers Using our Migration Center.

  2. Preparing for Migration: Before initiating the email migration, ensure you have created the email accounts on your Brixly hosting account. 


By following the steps outlined in the provided resources, you can confidently migrate your websites and emails from 20i to Brixly. Should you require any assistance during the migration process, our support team is available to help. You can reach out to us by opening a ticket through our support portal.

Remember, while the migration process requires attention to detail, our tools and resources are designed to make it as straightforward as possible.