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Need Python web hosting ASAP

Medium/small site with mod_python and sqllite or mySQL running Python
2.3.3 or later on Apache 2.x.

I can do the python and CGI, but might need a _little_ hand holding for
the rest.

Will also need SSL and a certificate.

Also mailboxes for ~12 people (to start). We don't do unsolicited
mailings or expect a huge amount of mail traffic at this time.

Will need a domain name transfered.


Low cost is best.

David LeBlanc
Seattle, WA USA
Jul 19 '05 #1
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