Ditto here - I've never waited more tha an hour for an answer from A Small Orange when I send in an e-mail question.pdpfilms said:Ditto. AMAZING customer support as well... email them with a question at 3am, and they'll get back to you in minutes. I don't know how they do it.
I've never used Earthlink but people should never, never use Dreamhost. Only place worse than Dreamhost is Buffet hosting, it was horrific.iGary said:Earthlink or Dreamhoast on the other hand...
I was thinking of switching one or more of my sites to ASO or MT. Sounds like you really like the new grid infrastructure - is it all it's hyped up to be? ASO gets a lot of points for customer service, but really, I hope I never have to interact with my host, so how is their reliability and speed?
I can not recommend staying away from 1and1 enough. They are absolutely ridiculous. I spent an hour on the phone trying to explain what a TXT record in a DNS file is. It's really not that complicated. Eventually, they told me that they couldn't add TXT records, only NS and MX...argh. If you control your own DNS (like I do with most of my clients) it is literally a 2 minute change, but they are so poorly trained, they couldn't figure it out.Can I get what you think about these to places/plans
10dollars a month
200gb of storage
2,000gb of data traffic
Yes. This is possible through the use of forwarders. These can be setup in your domain or hosting control panel depending on your host. I am not familiar with .Mac mail, but I'm sure it would be very simple to set the reply-to line.Hi, somewhere up above I asked about domain name hosting at .mac and someone kindly mentioned I could use domain name hosting. Thanks.
One more question - is it possible to do something similar with email. I.e. If I own email@example.com can I get emails sent to that to go to my firstname.lastname@example.org account? Futhermore, does .mac allow a reply to email@example.com (I assume so but thought I would ask at the same time).
Thanks in advance