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|05-19-2013 10:41 AM|
I'll make an experiment.(already)
1.fatcow (verified 2nd place)
2.freehostia (verified 3rd place)
3.serverhub (verified 1 place)
4.ventraip.com (pending verification)
So: 1 place serverhub. BUT! I think after I do a scan ventraip.com - he takes 1st place (due to cloudflare)
If someone will need. I can lay out the results of the response.
The most terrible result at freehostia (upset)
All of these site free hosting I have not not pay ruble (except fatcow- i paid $ 1).
Most worthy of these options
If you want to get a freebie! Take a very good offer serverhub.
If you have a big mega project. You should look into other side and will likely have to pay.
|05-12-2013 02:06 PM|
|05-10-2013 08:32 PM|
Got a missed call and they did not leave a voice mail. Goggled the # (602) 716-5339 and it is from this.
Next minute got an email:
|05-08-2013 10:20 AM|
First time using an actual hosting service. Used to host free on Google app engine.
I changed the DNS entries on Networksolutions to fatcow ns1 and ns2. But what do I do on fatcow?
Edit: nevermind. Didn't need to do anything. Got it working. Haha sorry
|05-07-2013 08:39 PM|
|05-07-2013 05:19 PM|
Anyone else get this + the NetworkSolutions deal?
I'm not sure if I configured my DNS correctly and was hoping someone that has this and knows what they're doing to explain how the link the domain to the host.
|05-06-2013 11:57 PM|
Hello everyone! Bargain domain name for 50 cents until May 10.
I come to offer about $ 0.5 for the domain.(my email post)
You could try this.
Hosting for 1 $ +0.5 $ domain name = 1.5 $ a great deal!
|05-06-2013 06:02 PM|
|rain110302||In for one. Moo. No one asked for my Passport. Which is good. Repointed my nameservers from GoDaddy. Easy as pie. Set-up a reminder to myself to cancel autorenew next year if I don't want to keep it. I don't mind paying if it turns out I like it. Thanks for the tips on the extras. Excited for them! Hope they work well. Planning to set-up my first e-commerce site to dropship my own custom-design artwork for a narrow market. Hope I can figure it all out & this has helped me out a lot! Thanks!|
|05-06-2013 03:27 PM|
Went for this,thought it was a great deal. But got a creepy message that they want a photocopy of my passport or DL, along with the credit card.
Verified it's from their servers.
Too weird. Pulling the plug on this.
Received a second message with new account link, no explanation for the weirdness. Guess we'll see what kind of webhost they are.
|05-06-2013 02:07 AM|
|05-06-2013 01:15 AM|
Yes, which is why i've changed servers twice. I've thought about storing it locally or my own imap server, but i would have to maintain it. This case someone backs it up for me on my behalf, also if i am looking for an email I can readily search it on my mobile or any computer at any time.
I don't need my emails all the time, there are moments when I need it and this just makes it more convenient (especially when travelling)
|05-06-2013 12:56 AM|
|dealsleuth||I will answer my own question. Yes! It still works.|
|05-05-2013 11:56 PM|
Please HELP with this question...
Does the Domain Parking or Do Not Renew still work? I got the $1 account but I want this as well
|05-05-2013 11:46 PM|
(Not to brag, but it's very likely that I have many more messages than you, I'm just trying to help some of you see the logic, or lack of, in putting every single e-mail you own online and making them readily available.)
There are numerous programs and simple ways to handle it, such as if you're an Outlook user, use auto archive, or make a new local .pst per year, and move out old ones, like a 2000-2005 PST, 2006-2010 PST, etc... Then you can keep a copy local should you need to go back in time, archive one on some DVD/HD, and to even cover yourself should your place burn down, encrypt them and upload a tar/zip on the cloud or even a cheap webhost.
|05-05-2013 11:45 PM|
|Herculezz||deal has expired|
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