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I'm looking for a new dedicated server and what to find one running OS X Server? Does anybody know some good companies that I should check out?
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I am looking for a dedicated OS X server solution. Can you list any sites that offer this?
Didnt you just post this in a different division? :confused:
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I am looking for a dedicated OS X server solution. Can you list any sites that offer this?
May I ask why Mac OSX? Are you looking for web server or for a file server?
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Omegabyte.com works quite well for some of my clients with an xserve.. and then others really like macdock.com and are probably a bit cheaper also..
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Please don't post exactly the same question in more than one forum.

I'm in your forums, writing sentences in a grammatically acceptable manner.
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If your doing web stuff, why not go with a Unix box. They are cheaper and more readily available.
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