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    Best Control Panel?

    Hello, I've been looking through a lot of hosts lately, and I see that almost everyone has a different sort of control panel - whether it be: Cpanel4, Plesk, H-Sphere, or whatever.

    So, my question is: Which CP(s) is/are the best, and why?

    Thanks in advance!
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    I personally like CPanel, it's really straightforward and loads extremely fast.

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    Err

    Deja vu or vu je de ..

    search the threads, this is the 3rd most popular question asked.

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    Our clients seem to like CPanel very much. From a sysadmin's persepective, it's very easy to manage, too.
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    Originally posted by FDrive
    Our clients seem to like CPanel very much. From a sysadmin's persepective, it's very easy to manage, too.
    agreed... we re-skinned our cpanel so it is is super fast & now that it is stabilized, i could not be happier
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    CPanel all the way. Best tool around.

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    PLESK

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    Matter of opinion. Cpanel and Plesk get most people's vote.

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    Cpanel.
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    CPanel for now, but for how long? Things like VirtualCP and HostGUI are on the way
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    I would probably say cPanel also.

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    i'd DEFINITELY say PLESK

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    How many times can this question be asked here at WHT??? *sigh*

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    I prefer CPanel its much better than plesk

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    Either Plesk or AWHCP
    This forum officially ****ing sucks

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    Ok, cool, thanks

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    My vote goes to CPANEL new version.

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    For ease of use and the number of features, you can't go past Cpanel. It has my vote.
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    what is the url for cpanel ? i tried cpanel.com
    "page not found"

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    cpanel.net

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    I'm glad somebody asked this question. Search had yielded to many broad results. I am impressed with the ease of use of CPanel. I am researching H Sphere though because it doesn't seem that bad but there aren't that many workable demos of it. I hate dealing with the Sphera set-up, I am using now. Its a space-hog. I really don't think it can be implemented properly without 200 MB of disk space. And I'm referring to on a 1MB account.

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    CPanel cool but what's up with the price...

    I was looking for cpanel site, I recall once where they didn't have any and only few major hosting companies had a lic to sell.

    I checked out the price. I must say it's steep for a server that holds 10-15 domains. Maybe more.

    I disklike the fact that it's not something I can just buy for 300-400$ and load as many domains as I want.

    I loaded Plesk, liked it very basic, clean but I wanted more. Someone suggested the new CPanel / WHM. Lots of goodies but I must say the panel lic/month will cost more than my colo center bill.

    Is there a cheaper way, H-Sphere any good, I have to go check their pricing out...

    I used Cpanel for years and years now... as a user end and not admin end.

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    cpanels too pricy and not worth it in my opinion......im willing to wait for them to lower the price or for other cps to come out with more reasonable pricing....problem is customers love cpanel and many hosts go in for cpanel at the current absurd pricing

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    Originally posted by rochen
    CPanel for now, but for how long? Things like VirtualCP and HostGUI are on the way
    Not so sure about HostGUI being "on the way".

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    Originally posted by iamdave
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    :-D

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    dam... 15 mb errrrrr am on a slow 56k

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    my vote goes with cpanel

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    H-Sphere is way better when it comes to billing and expiring accounts without the need to 3rd party tool for managing your users

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