Moving hosting providers

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Manitou
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Moving hosting providers

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I don't have an eta just yet, but I've selected a new hosting company. This has been a long time coming. I'm sure the migration won't go 100% smoothly, but I'll do my best to minimize downtime. I'll post again when I know what day/time the cut over should happen.
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Re: Moving hosting providers

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well that happened faster then expected. We are on the new hosting server. May take a while for the dns to fully propagate around the world. hopefully no more then 24 hours.
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Excellent job, worked right away. Just had a couple of "unread" messages re-appear that I read yesterday. Thanks so much for keeping this place going.
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A few posts got lost, but I can't prove it. No big deal, and I think if you did not mentioned it, I would not have pay attention at all, and I won't noticed that anything happened. I would consider it a success.
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