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    * HostVoice - I'm going to try them..

    I just signed up with HostVoice (http://www.hostvoice.com/), and desposited the $100.00 min. I admit I was a little nervous about doing so as some people from about a year ago said they wern't so great.. But I'm up to try new things and just thought I would let you guys know that.

    I'll be sure to update you guys to let you know how it goes. Hopefully it would be for the best, if not, you'll know my experience with them. Your welcome to share your experience if you had tried them.
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    Let us know what you do with the account, and how the filters work. I was tempted to try earlier this year, but never got around to it in all honesty.
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    Service used to be good in the early days, but then turned into the spam bank that host requests here did. I had heard it was about the same when Inet bought them, not sure how it would be much better now.

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    Do you know if there are other companies like HostVoice?
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    Quote Originally Posted by porcupine
    Let us know what you do with the account, and how the filters work. I was tempted to try earlier this year, but never got around to it in all honesty.
    What do you mean by "how the filters work"?
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    i am waiting your updates thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuckyAnonymous
    What do you mean by "how the filters work"?
    Filtering out requests you dont necessarily want to see (eg. colo requests for another country, etc.)
    Myles Loosley-Millman
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    Quote Originally Posted by porcupine
    Filtering out requests you dont necessarily want to see (eg. colo requests for another country, etc.)
    Hmm.. I have just checked but I can't find that feature. The only thing you can do is subscribe to category(s). Font in BOLD is what I'm subscribed to.

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    Sorry for the delay guys, anyway I suggest not to use these guys.. Alot of people who sign there forms want free hosting, I asked them if they would clearly state this isn't for free hosting or create a new category for it but they seemed to ignore the issue.

    Its a waste of money if you ask me..
    The web hosting market will never die. Virtual environments are forever the future and easily adapt to change. Welcome to the world wide web!

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