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    Hosting Accounts for Sale

    Hello,

    I have 100 hosting accounts ready for immediate sale. All are annual accounts for $96 per year. Almost all are in the Cleveland Area and have been customers for 2-5 years.

    No reasonable offer refused. Please PM me if interested.

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    Mar 2003
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    What is the breakdown on the accounts? When are they set for renewal?

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    Let me clarify:

    The accounts are all on Ensim Control Panel.

    The breakdown is pretty much divide 100 by 12 and bill them for $96.

    The plan was:

    50 MB Space/5 GB Transfer monthly/SMTP/FTP/Front Page etc.

    The reason for selling is: This was a sideline to a much bigger ISP business which is also being sold. The hosting was a secondary offering to the customers.

    The customer base is pretty quiet, requiring no more than 1 or 2 phone calls a week for support.

    I haven't had a whole week off since 1996, so I'm mainly interested in closing these accounts A.S.A.P.

    Hopefully this clarifies things a bit,

    Darren

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    Join Date
    Feb 2004
    Location
    Los Angeles, CA
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    Will you sell them in smaller numbers? Not all 100 to 1 host?

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    When is their renewel date? Is each differant?

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    Hi,

    I want to sell all 100 at once.

    The renewal dates are spread pretty evenly throughout the year. Roughly you should be able to bill 8 x $96 for each of the 12 months in the year.

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    Ensim

    What version of Ensim are they currently on?

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    Ensim Appliance 3.1.9-2 (Linux)

    Current high bid is $3,200.00

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    Jacksonville, Florida
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    Is this still open and is there a closing date?

  10. #10
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    Jan 2004
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    UK
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    wonder what the clients them selfs think about being sold off on WHT. and what happens when its time to switch the clients over there gunna be pissed beacsued its going to give them downtime with switching onto a new box. unless ur selling the box aswell.

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    Coxsackie, NY
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    If you do a switch right, there will be no downtime
    Jonathan VanSchaack
    Managing Director
    Remly Communications - Total Web Solutions
    Web Hosting, Dedicated Servers, Boston Colocation, Reseller Hosting, VDS/VPS, Web Design, and Full Server Management

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    How can there be no downtime, thier new nameservers have to propogate.
    Thanks, Kevin

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    Propagate is propagate there is downtime.

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    Wrong.

    1) Change TTL (in the old NS) to something like 60 seconds.

    2) Wait 24 hours (or whatever the current TTL is), then change the IP address to the new server.

    3) Replace the nameservers.

    No downtime.

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    Location
    New York
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    Originally posted by ValueSERVER
    Wrong.

    1) Change TTL (in the old NS) to something like 60 seconds.

    2) Wait 24 hours (or whatever the current TTL is), then change the IP address to the new server.

    3) Replace the nameservers.

    No downtime.
    Except for AOL users and any other that proxy the web and do not respect TTL of less than a day.



    Phil

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    Jul 2004
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    Frankfurt a.M., Germany
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    Who uses AOL anyways? ;-)

  17. #17
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    May 2004
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    Is this still 4 sale?

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    Same here, is this sale still open?? Please do keep us posted

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    I'm interested. What is the name of the Hosting Co.?

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