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In certain circumstances there might be a problem with using the standard Browser Installation method described, but all is not lost. It is possible to install Joomla! in a more complex, but never-the-less straight-forward process provided it is completed in sequence.
This is really a awesome free extension in professional quality. I maintain a couple of sites where from time to time I need to send mails to registered users. I scratched my head when searching for a solution and was quite unsure.
When you are first trying out Joomla!, it is often recommended that you install it on your local system. (e.g., "localhost"), for example with XAMPP , and get your site running locally. Eventually you may want to copy this site to your remote host. Fortunately, this is easy to do.
Working mainly with the Joomla CMS as our base for building websites, I have to install at least one Joomla site a week. Sometimes, 2-3 a day. This can become quite tedious.