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    Awbs

    I hav'nt heard much about AWBS, anyone have any experience, it seems on par with clientexec--am i right

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    AWBS is very great system with a lot of features.
    The enom integration is the best and the admin area great too.
    To manage hosting, domains and customers, AWBS is a very good option.
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    THE WEB HOSTING INDEX IN SPANISH
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    AWBS (formerly known as DRAMS) is quite good and a bit better than ClientExec, IMHO.

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    CE and MB are web host billing systems, domain name administration is not available in such systems, you direct customers to registrar's non-brand API.

    AWBS is more advance in the area of domain name administration, plus web hosting billing system, all in your own brand. Web site templates provided to get you started straight away, quite cool!

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    Hello,

    I tried the demo. This is really great! But too expensive for me.
    seekhosting
    My friends, it's nice to know that you are there when I need you.

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    Originally posted by mcraft
    CE and MB are web host billing systems, domain name administration is not available in such systems, you direct customers to registrar's non-brand API.

    AWBS is more advance in the area of domain name administration, plus web hosting billing system, all in your own brand. Web site templates provided to get you started straight away, quite cool!
    Next update of CE will have Enom integration.

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    I do love AWBS. But I dont really like the templating system, or that it 'becomes' your site.

    You can integrate it, but I never could work out how

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    Originally posted by Eean
    I do love AWBS. But I dont really like the templating system, or that it 'becomes' your site.

    You can integrate it, but I never could work out how
    You can always design your own web site, and then simply "plug" the parts of AWBS you need, by using the "bare" template.

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    I could never work out how to do that though

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    Originally posted by Eean
    I could never work out how to do that though
    Hey, is not that hard if you know a bit of web design.

    Also, ask AWBS support team for tips and directions. Sam, for example, is very knowledgeable and helpful.

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    I think I may actually give it another try

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