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    Quote Originally Posted by FarmerPalmer View Post
    I use 1and1 for myco website and email hosting
    1and1 is about the only one I would recommend to avoid. Too many limitations on what you can do with the zonefiles (well it was around 2009).
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    For domain registration I use and can recommend DynDNS.

    For DNS record hosting, I moved to DtDNS when DynDNS became too expensive. I can recommend DtDNS and I find their free hostnames useful too. However their servers are very slow when you want to edit something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redgiant View Post
    Currently with 123reg for my LTD. domain registration and looking to see who other people on here use so I can weigh up my options when the renewals kick in next month. Thanks in advance.
    I use 123. Why do you want to move ? Is it cost driven ?

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    Iíve used 123-reg for over 10 years. They have a comprehensive portal, prices have increased recently due to nominet, however I only use them for domain registration & DNS.

    Itís all expensed to the company so what savings are you expecting?

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