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    Changing Hosts.

    What happens when you change hosts?

    Does all of the information you have uploaded get transferred automatically by the people involved so you don't recognise a change, or do you have to save everything you have, change host, and then upload it all again?

    Also, does anyone know anything about this hosting service, it seems very cheap!
    http://2mhost.com/2m/

    Mxx
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    because you are moving to an entirely different physical location, you will have to move all the files yourself. This is actually something I offer when people come to me - i.e. I will transfer their files for them (obviously restrictions apply).

    I have recently expanded my hosting network and I am looking for people to try out my services (for free!) before I go public. If you are interested, PM or email me - I offer a lot of features that are missing from other hosts, plus you can be assured of good service and support at all times

    ::] krycek [::

    EDIT: I just added this thread: http://www.codingforums.com/showthre...threadid=13308
    Last edited by krycek; 01-20-2003 at 04:29 PM.
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