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Coldfusion Hosting

We have a client that we want to get rid of - and his site was developed in Coldfusion.

Any recommendations on a decent, shared hosting type service that is CF enabled, that won't pose a bunch of difficulty transferring all of his stuff to?

Thanks in advance!
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    > that won't pose a bunch of difficulty transferring all of his stuff to

before deciding, check the host's restricted CF tags/functions list. make sure they haven't restricted something widely used in your client's app like createObject, cfexecute, etc...

best of luck
I'd take a look at : http://www.thesba.com/ 
affordable and painless ...

good luck
Free Tool: Port Scanner

Check which ports are open to the outside world. Helps make sure that your firewall rules are working as intended.

One of a set of tools we are providing to everyone as a way of saying thank you for being a part of the community.

I use DailyRazor - never had any real issues with tehm but I'd check what tags are supported, if you use them.
Give cfdynamics.com a call.  They have been around for years and are almost exclusively CF.  They dont play games when it comes to CF.  They even have staff that know how to program CF when you need help.  Oh and they are based in the US and have native speaking Americans that answer the phone.
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