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Old 07-13-2007, 12:19 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by Kelvyn View Post
No because they do not specialise - but OTOH they may have different staff specialising in each area.

The forum is not overly busy, but I see that they only got up to 10 Linux servers in June, which does make them a smallish player.

Give them a try so we can see how good they are.
I think I will. I also have two little sites on Windows servers, and I need to move them to a real Linux or Unix host (although the host, softcomca.com, is as reliable as the Rock of Gibraltar, and although they have added Linux hosting, it is far from their main strength) — and I may move one of them to United Hosting.

BTW — what sort of control panel does United Hosting use? You know I am the sort of wimp who needs an understandable control panel!

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