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    I am looking for a coldfusion host with coldfusion 5 or MX (either doesnt matter). I need 50mb webspace and 1gb-2gb bandwidth. Server must have the following:
    -MS Access
    -99% Uptime or more
    -web based email
    -at least 5 POP3/IMAP Accounts
    -Daily Backups
    -server side includes
    -SPAM Filters
    -Unlimited Forwarders

    If you have any more options than the ones i have listed above then thats a bonus.

    Thanks

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    are you requesting a service or looking for options ...
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    looking for options

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    I can't help with the host issue, but from my experience, I would suggest that you reconsider using Cold Fusion as your development environment.

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    well the reason im using Cold Fusion is because ive developed a coldfusion Content Mangagement System to sell to my clients. I need a coldfusion host in order to be able to demonstrate this CMS to people. And coldfusion is the only language i know anyways

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    Senior Member Gemini ISP's Avatar
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    give www.weberz.com a shout -- they offer cold fusion
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    Quote Originally Posted by transio
    I can't help with the host issue, but from my experience, I would suggest that you reconsider using Cold Fusion as your development environment.
    Sorry taking this rather old post off-topic but, Transio, could you explain what you have aganist ColdFusion?

    I have been using ColdFusion for 6 months now and find it a stable, powerful and above all easy and quick way of building DB driven websites.

    The only negatives I can see against it are (a) the cost and (b) the processing power required - in my case these are not issues though.


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