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  • #16
    Originally posted by Redseal View Post
    Where do they do this?
    RedSeal, I have read that admission myself at the BlueHost site, somewhere in the support materials.

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    • #17
      The bluehost forum is running on vbulletin!
      Last edited by tomh; Tue 28 Apr '09, 8:16pm.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by tomh View Post
        The bluehost forum is running on vbulletin!
        Yes, but not on a shared hosting account! I believe that it runs on its own server.

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        • #19
          You're right, my mistake.

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          • #20
            Hello,

            I like what you said about GG but i can't see the site! (permission issue)

            Is it only for USA and UK people?

            I hope i can see it because i have a big forum with 58000+ members and i'm looking for good host company.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Xeye View Post
              Hello,

              I like what you said about GG but i can't see the site! (permission issue)

              Is it only for USA and UK people?

              I hope i can see it because i have a big forum with 58000+ members and i'm looking for good host company.
              Are you going to the right URL?
              Have you tried http://www.globalgold.co.uk/ ?
              GigaPros.com -- vBulletin Optimized Hosting with LiteSpeed!
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              FREE Site Transfer |24x7 True Support (Phone, Chat, Tickets)
              We host high traffic vB. See this example with 1.5 Millon posts!

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              • #22
                Hostgator is the best now
                Forum Auto

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