On Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 12:04 PM, Stephen D. Goff HIDDEN@thegoffs.net> wrote:
> I use a billing system called Rodopi. I create the master account in Rodopi,
> then the primary user can log in and manage the email accounts. Surgemail
> connects to Rodopi's database through an ODBC connection to authenticate the
> email accounts. If Rodopi suspends the account due to non-payment, the
> emails are no longer accessible to the end user.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tony Zakula [mailtoHIDDEN@email@example.com]
> Sent: Monday, January 31, 2011 11:18 AM
> To: surgemailHIDDEN@etwinsite.com
> Subject: [SurgeMail List] Web Hosting
> Hello Everyone,
> I currently run surgemail for our company server as well as a couple
> of other businesses. I am considering branching out to web hosting in
> a specialized niche. and have some people interested. On the email
> side, most of them are used to using the standard paid control panel
> to administrate their email, and they are using the standard open
> source Linux email like Postfix. Now I like Surgemail a lot better,
> but not sure what route to go. I do not really plan to use a paid
> control panel, but do not want to structure this wrong from the
> beginning either.
> Does anyone use this in webhosting? If so, do you run one Surgemail
> setup that is shared among all domains? Or do you use another model?
> What is your pricing model? I have considered a surgemail
> installation on each host, but the low end pricing would be
> Any advice or comments would be appreciated.
> Tony Z
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