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From:David T. Ashley Date:April 16 2006 5:48am
Subject:RE: Should we petition GoDaddy?
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> I am slowly considering leaving GoDaddy, who has a very good bandwidth and
> ok tech support (I have seen better but much much worse) and acceptable
> prices, but unfortunately does not support MySQL 5 and PHP 5 either.

SNIP

> Who think we could make them make the right move and pretty quickly?

I'm guessing that you are young and haven't had enough experience with
idiots.

Simply change vendors.  GoDaddy will not bend to accommodate you.

Dave.


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