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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep 2000
    Has anyone had experience with chili soft. i have heard good bad and ugly.
    good-gives clients ability to use asp
    bad not asp-mail(but why would anyone demand this cr*p) ugly glitches that cause admin headaches when least expected

    What would an honest host call this service
    'pseudo NT hosting'? or do you just advertise all the way with the NT label?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2000
    80,000 feet under the sur
    Have a look at Tera-Byte - they use CHiliASP and they just advertise the fact they use 'ASP'.

    ChiliASP has a notorious reputation for being hard to set up, especially if your *nix configuration is not a standard vanilla type.
    My 2 Cents.... (or is that 2.2 cents inc. GST...?)

    Have a think about this : Programming is like sex. Make a single little mistake, and you'll be supporting it for the rest of your life.

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