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  • by vek (2312) on 2008.03.24 17:02 (#61769) Journal
    I've been with Pair for years and have never had any issues whatsoever. There, and having said that I've probably just totally jinxed it ;-)
    • I am pretty happy with Pair but one thing they did which really upset me was running ads on domains that I hadn't configured yet. I thought that was really unprofessional since I had paid them to host my domain.

      • Do you mean a domain you registered with pairNIC, our registrar? Anything that uses pairNIC's default nameservers and doesn't have site forwarding or custom DNS set up will point to a parking page with ads, I agree.

        Or, if you mean pairLite, our discounted service, then I believe there is a default "hosted with pairlite" index.html installed till you replace it.

        In either case, apologies to you.

        The flagship pair.com hosting service has neither of those things, and any domain configured on one of our st

        • It was a domain registered with PairNic. Overall I think your service is very good, the application is easy to navigate and easy to use. I also like the forwarding options you guys just added for web and email.

          I understand the need to bring in revenue with ads on the parked domains, but I handle registration for a few people and one of them got on my case about it because I hadn't set the dns up yet after registering it (they thought I was running the ads there).

          For what it's worth, I'm in the process o