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Thank you for your quick reply. We are looking forward to working with you in the coming days as we think your servers would be a great fit for us. Just to clarify what we are looking for at this time, we would like to start with your Techie VPS which you have listed here. It has the right amount of specs and could work well for us.


Hope this message finds you well. I am in the market for some potential hosting companies, that would provide me and my company quality servers and IP setups. We have a lot of demand right now and are looking to order multiple systems in the coming weeks.

Here are the base specs we typically require for our setups:

OS: CentOS 6.x 64 bit

Please get back to me at your nearest convenience so we can discuss and
get some business going together.

Web Hosting / Re: Installing SSL on the server
« on: June 18, 2015, 03:51:57 PM »
I will send the CSR to your support team. Thanks for the help.

Web Hosting / Installing SSL on the server
« on: June 18, 2015, 03:42:38 PM »
I want to purchase SSL certificate. First of all could tell me what to configure on my Amazon Ubuntu instance?

Are there any ssh commands that i should run?

Thank you for your quick response.

I'm not planing on entering a deal with you without being honest up front so let me explain the nature of our business.

We run a domain business and use IPs for contacting potential customers.We never send more than 200 emails per day per IP, and we have pretty good targeted leads. As I mentioned, we sell domain names, some of them are ours, but most of them are from our clients. We find people with similar domains (yeah, not something remotely similar, but actually similar), and send them an offer if they're likely interested in having our client's domain (usually the price is the bigger issue than the domain name itself).

We get spam complaints very rarely because we are extremely careful at what we do. During the last couple of years, we have perfected the system as much as possible (with all the dkim, spf and stuff) and we generally try really hard not to piss people off (for example, we really respect the unsubscribe link for start, and send only one email to the potential customer(s) ).

We also monitor our IPs and domains reputation and blacklists constantly, so if the reputation of a certain IP starts to drop, we either lower the "throttle" on that particular IP (even lower than it's already low 200 emails per day) or disable it completely for a while. Same thing for the domains attached to those IPs ,that's why we don't get blacklisted.

We also slowly "warm up" our IPs, i.e. we don't send full 200 emails per IP straight away.

As you can see this is, technically, 'bulk' emailing, but not classical spam. We have no interest in sending multiple emails to one person as our business itself would not benefit from it but earn a negative review somewhere on the internet instead...

If you feel uncomfortable with all of this, I'll understand, no harm is done ;) . On the other hand, you can always kick us out if we get abuse (and we won't). We're always looking for new hosts not because we get kicked out, but because we get more and more clients (and domains), so we like spreading over several networks.

We are also willing to start slowly, so if you are suspicious about all of this, you can simply let us order a Dedi with 64Ips and start with it first and once we get it up and running you'll be able to see for yourself what I was mentioning above.

All in all, we could reach a deal which could benefit both of us, since we are planning to raise our number of addresses up to 512 in the near future.


I would like to order a dedicated server and would need 128 IPs included.

Would you be able to provide this and at what cost?

I am also looking to upgrade in the near future and would need up to 512 IPs total.

I will be glad to negotiate and provide any additional info (justification etc.) Please let me know if you would like to discuss these business opportunities.

Hope to hear from you soon.

Thanks for the explanation. Fully understood. :)

Billing Issues / Why did your system charged me when I already paid?
« on: June 01, 2015, 04:37:30 PM »
I think this is totally wrong. I already made the payment to this invoice. Could you please check it out and please disable automatic payment from my PayPal account.

General Discussion / How to add review tab on Facebook fan page
« on: May 16, 2015, 08:16:53 PM »
I want to add review section on my Facebook fan page. How can I enable it? Do I have to use a third party plugin for the review section?

I will be sending around few hundred emails in a day. I have read that most of the MTA's block the delivery notification because they treat it as spam. Can I count on your solution?

I am looking for a solution wherein I should receive email delivery notification for every outgoing email from my mailbox. These are important emails, no spam or promotional emails. Do you offer this feature with your email hosting solution?

A record updated for the sub-domain, install the MediaWiki on it.

Domain Names / Re: Re-registering a domain name
« on: December 04, 2014, 03:01:51 AM »
Check the domain reputation, age and backlinks before registering expired/deleted domains.

Web Hosting / Re: Forced ads through reseller
« on: December 04, 2014, 02:59:41 AM »
There are plugins to manage such ads. You will have to install one of the plugins. The ads can be controlled from: WHM -> Plugins -> Forced Ads

We bought the service and made the payment. It is on pending right now, can you speed up the progress please. We wrote down the domain while the signup as you told, it should be changed with the subdomain, so we are waiting for you to send us the name servers. Lets complete this as soon as possible, we are looking forward to start using the wiki.

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