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Hi Friends, I am not quite sure if this is the rite place to ask this question about webhosting.I want to get a domain name for my jsp1.2-servlet built website,i am quite confused where to host it.I have narrowed down my search to these 2 sites,if anyone of you have used them,please help me to finalize my decision:
From,the stats godaddy looks cheap and good and they say they support Java too,but i am confused if they support JSP1.2 too.I have one more question too,both sides provide you POP3 mail accounts.While for godaddy i am sure,we can use outlook to send/receive mails,but can we use outlook for javaservlet too. Please help me guys if you can..thanks
Thanks Balaji, But to start with,I just want to buy a domain name and upload few pages,i haven't encapsulated the email logic into my website using javamail API as yet.So,if i have a domainname say for eg. www.my_domain_name.com,i want that if someone sends an email to xyz@my_domain_name.com or abc@my_domain_name.com i can receive those messages through outlook or some other email client and also respond back to them through my xyz or abc account.Please let me know,if i am going wrong somewhere with the above mentioned questions!!!
Go Daddy supports JSP pages, but not servlets. Both will allow you to use Outlook to get your e-mail and send using your domain, and both have a web-based e-mail browser. You could also configure either to just forward e-mail to an existing e-mail address you already have configured in Outlook, but replies would be sent from your existing mail host.
Cheers, [ April 28, 2005: Message edited by: Tom Blough ]
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Thanks Tom, You have solved all my ambiguities...one last question..if you have time to answer it.I researched that www.lunarpages.com also supports jsp and servlets ($7.95+$2.00) and its cheaper then javaservlethosting($14.00) and looks good.Do you have any comments about it..Thanks Buddy!!!