At 06:47 AM 12/3/01, David W. Tamkin wrote:
>That's not a guaranteed permanent address either. The forwarding site can
>go out of business or institute policies that make you want to dissociate
True, which is why I registered my own domain. Now I have a
permanent address that survives BOTH connectivity ISP and
hosting ISP changes. The deal I have now allows me to set up
as many aliases as I want, and to administer them without
contacting my host... in addition to running a couple dozen
email lists and a 200MB website.
I have a relative with simpler needs than mine, looking for
a good place to host 20MB of web pages and half a dozen
email forwarding addresses for a domain he just registered.
Any suggestions? Cheap is good. He'd use the webspace with
his mindspring account, except he doesn't want people to
bookmark pages outside his registered domain.
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