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  1. #1
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    Diary/software to run Web Hosting??

    Ok, maybe not diary, but is there somekind of software in which I can put all my clients, what they have ordered, domains, packages, bandwidth etc.

    Anything at all??

    Thank you
    Diana L.

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    excel, notepad, a legal pad?
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    Online or offline?

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    Regards,
    Ronan
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    Originally posted by Jtru
    Online or offline?
    Offline would be nice...

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    Excel is usually the best software for this purpose..
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    Try Contact Browser by www.mooresoftware.com.

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    Originally posted by Lonny
    Excel is usually the best software for this purpose..
    Yes, I was thinking about that too, but looking for something easier...
    Maybe you know where I can find some Excel template about this issue?

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    I'am just downloading Contact browser, I'll see what can be done with it.

    Thanks

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    There was a template available for download here some time ago. I ran across the thread this morning. Try here. http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showth...threadid=60399 I have no experience with it, but I know a few others here have tried it and liked it.

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    Originally posted by Jtru
    There was a template available for download here some time ago. I ran across the thread this morning. Try here. http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showth...threadid=60399 I have no experience with it, but I know a few others here have tried it and liked it.
    Thanks!

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    You could Access 2000... that what i use

    Cheers,
    Darren

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    Originally posted by DMH DaZ
    You could Access 2000... that what i use
    I'm not sure about this, I keep hearing about people accessing 2000 and 2002 as well but what happens if you need to access customers from 2001? Seems like they skipped that year, Microsoft goofed

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    'access 2000' is the name of the version of the microsoft access program from office 2000, same as how access 2002 is the version from office XP
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    bah, note to self: read hte entire post before replying
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    Access is a great program to use to keep track of your customers... but it requires your updating when you get orders over the Internet. We keep all our info in a database online, but we have no sensetive data such as passwords, credit card numbers, etc.

    We also use a third party for billing... outsourcing this gives us a lot more time to focus on hosting instead of financials and billing.
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    CDHost - I second that...

    Use php/mysql for the database information - keep client info such as address, name, stuff like that there and then use a third party biller... seems like it'd work out nice
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