First what's promising.. they've most likely the very best features for that cost unix host setup around. Unhealthy news is.. try delivering email out of your server even while using setup intructions they offer. If you feel suxs make use of the autoresponding "fast 24 hrs each day support ticketing system" set an essential question to greatest priority watching the times role by. If you do not want support, dont use email and god knows what else is screwed which i haven't yet uncover..you've got a great host.
yeah I truly do have servers together so its real opinion not conjecture.
Howdy Nightflames,

You may be interested to look at Below10Host at http://www.below10host.com and do a comparison to Linuxwebhost.

I initially considered Linuxwebhost too before I chosen Below10host due to their support. Although only 9-5, they've never unsuccessful to reply to me within 24 hrs.

They are merchants for Alabanza servers (just like Linuxwebhost) but they are cheaper and obtain more bang. So anybody searching for a good Unix/Linux host has my recommendation for Below10host.

One caveat : make sure to observe bandwidth recommendations for below10host - there has been reviews of overcharging for excessive bandwidth.
Additionally you might want to consider superior-host.com. I'm presently trying their service and discover them excellent. Additionally they use Alabanza servers. I believe the technical support is nice.
Nightflames,

When you are saying you have trouble delivering mail, are you currently mentioning for their unix 'sendmail' command or simply your standard POP3?

I am asking since i just lately began hosting together and that i get their unix sendmail working fine with several PERL scripts.

Anyway, would you be more specific? To be sure along with you the technical support is virtually non-existent, but to date I've not needed to cope with them on anything important.

Thanks in advance for just about any further info.

-Esper.
Just thought you want to know. below10host either resells or perhaps is possessed by sitehost4u.com.

Should you click the online manual, it transmits you to definitely http://www.manual.4ua.com/ the industry domain for sitehost4u. I understand this because I did previously re-sell on their behalf (sitehost4u) but have since become my very own servers from Alabanza.

On the side note, the man (James Rogers) who runs linuxwebhost.com is identical guy who produced and offered sitehost4u.


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Initially published by MikeA:
Just thought you want to know. below10host either resells or perhaps is possessed by sitehost4u.com.

Should you click the online manual, it transmits you to definitely http://www.manual.4ua.com/ the industry domain for sitehost4u. I understand this because I did previously re-sell on their behalf (sitehost4u) but have since become my very own servers from Alabanza.

On the side note, the man (James Rogers) who runs linuxwebhost.com is identical guy who produced and offered sitehost4u.

Interesting! I figured their company could have been setup like this, thinking about the vague commonalities between Sitehost4u and Linuxwebhost's designs.

However, 4ua is technically a part of Sitehost4u, and when you need to do reverse DNS searches via Samspade or other utility, 4ua points to Alabanza.

Their IP ranges are Alabanza possessed -)

For instance, my very own site on Below10host is http://www.bum.cx

Should you check IP blocks throughout my site, all of them indicate Alabanza
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