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Storage space for emails - what is correct?
Thread poster: Steffen Pollex
Steffen Pollex  Identity Verified
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Jan 20, 2006

Advertisement says "1 GB storage space" - "Learn more" says "250 MB storage space" Jan 20, 9:59 am

Hello!

As I have learned, there are 2 options for web hosting - 250 MB storage for USD 24,99 and 1 GB storage for USD 49,99.

However, the "Learn more" text under both options states a storage space of 250 MB.

Can anyone tell me what is correct?

Maybe, the "Learn more" text under the "1 GB" option should be changed?

TIA

Steffen


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Kevin Pfeiffer  Identity Verified
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but why more than 100MB? Feb 13, 2006

Steffen Pollex wrote:
Advertisement says "1 GB storage space" - "Learn more" says "250 MB storage space" Jan 20, 9:59 am

As I have learned, there are 2 options for web hosting - 250 MB storage for USD 24,99 and 1 GB storage for USD 49,99.

However, the "Learn more" text under both options states a storage space of 250 MB.

Can anyone tell me what is correct?


But more importantly, why would you need 1 GB for _mail_ storage? Not to mention 250MB? Of course, one could do this, but do you really want to pay $25/month ($300/year) just to store e-mail, which you could store for free on your own hard drive?

The web-hosting package that is free to platinum members allows 100MB of disk space, which should be more than enough for a single user who checks his mail at least once every two weeks or so (even with a web site).

-Kevin


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