Re: [DNS] stupid question

Re: [DNS] stupid question

From: Snoop <cybsnoop§>
Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2002 01:29:52 +1100

The question regarding NT or UNIX hosting is one that I do at least know
something about... :-)

It's been an ongoing question for sometime now, but I think I have finally
seen the light and am starting to migrate to UNIX and the related
technologies generally associated with UNIX OS webservers - oh I should also
mention I'm including Linux there too.

 - SnooP

----- Original Message -----
From: "Vladimir Nikolaevich Dezhurov" <vnd&#167;>
To: <dns&#167;>
Sent: Saturday, March 16, 2002 12:45 AM
Subject: RE: [DNS] stupid question

> Dear all,
> Thank you for sending me all your addresses to register my domain name.
> I think i will go with a .com .
> I still have a few questions to ask if you don't mind of course, i know
you may not have time to answer all and it is alright i understand.
> I have seen a lot of great websites from you that look all friendly and
all, and they all have different prices for domain names. I am not a rich
man but i also don't want to go for cheap prices. I know there is customer
service involved but this is a bit confusing, all the prices, how can i be
sure that customer service is good and that if i also take a website hosting
it will always be running and i will not have to wait too long if there is a
problem ?
> I also noticed that some people have "registrar" and some people don't. Is
it best to go with a registrar ?
> Concerning website hosting, shall i take Unix or NT ? which one is better
> Thank you very much again for helping me.
> Vlady.
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