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Good Zope/Squish hosting provider?
How-To Posted by I. Valdes on Monday March 21, 12:16AM, 2005
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Hello all, I need hosting for Zope/Squish/TinyTable/Mailman for some websites that have been in operation for some time now. One is quite large with close to 1,000 articles and more postings. Does anyone have opinions? Thanks -- IV

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    Would have been Zettai, but...
    by Chris Withers on Monday March 21, 10:35PM, 2005
    ...after the way they treated you, I'm out of ideas.

    Maybe get a co-lo box and DIY?
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    • Re: Would have been Zettai, but...
      by I. Valdes on Tuesday March 22, 06:59PM, 2005
      I just saw that they changed their policy and now offer Zope Instance Standard at an okay price so I'm trying them out again. Thanks! -- IV
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      • What's the new hosting package?
        by Chris Withers on Wednesday March 23, 01:47PM, 2005
        Can you let us know the price and give a URL to the package in question?

        cheers,

        Chris
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        • Re: What's the new hosting package?
          by I. Valdes on Thursday March 24, 04:29AM, 2005
          Zope Instance Standard seems like it is good for me right now: http://www.zettai.net/ZopeHosting/ZopeInstance/

          Thanks!

          Chris, sure wish that subscription to a thread was possible so that I knew you had posted this question. I found out by chance. -- IV
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          • Re: What's the new hosting package?
            by I. Valdes on Wednesday May 04, 02:14AM, 2005
            I ended up switching from Zettai to Interlix. Interlix offered both Zope and Mailman and I had to have both. I found out the hard way that Zettai's mail configuration made it very difficult to get Mailman to work (actually I failed after many days of trying). Interlix install was a breeze and they ended up costing less as well. -- IV
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    iMeme
    by iMeme Fan on Wednesday March 23, 08:22PM, 2005
    Check out iMeme. Decent prices, good service, been in the Zope business forever. Plus you get a virtual FreeBSD server (mail, shell, mailman, etc., etc) so you know nobody else is stomping on your data or processes.
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    Re: Good Zope/Squish hosting provider?
    by Albert Xu on Saturday April 09, 12:46PM, 2005
    If you don't mind language problem , you can have a look at http://freelamp.com , which is already runnning for near 4 years. with 1700 articles.
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