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Topic # 66580 20-Aug-2010 08:56
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Hi

I am looking for some cheap coldfusion hosting. The best i can find is with goDaddy but some have the things i have heard about them make me reluctant to sign up. I'm not worried if it is windows or linux but i would like the option for 20+ emails and option to host over 10 seperate domains. 

The price on goDaddy was $9.99 US a month.

Does anyone know of anything cheaper or even in the same region as the cheapest i have found in nz is $29.99 NZ a month, which is to expensive for me.

And about goDaddy, has anyone hear had a bad experience, or a good experience?

Thanks

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  Reply # 370673 21-Aug-2010 14:03
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*bump*

Someone most know something about coldfusion hosting?

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  Reply # 371098 22-Aug-2010 17:35
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ColdFusion is not as actively used as php, java, ruby or .net so it's not really surprising.

If the site is not highly used, cheap shared hosting in the US should be fine. eg: Dreamhost, goDaddy etc.

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