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Posted on 2014-04-29
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Hello
I am wondering if my websites on 1and1.co.uk are fast enough.

One  site http://boatsforsalenow.com  allows images to be uploaded and occassionally people inform me they were not able to upload.

Today I emailed some images about 7 megabytesand it took about 4.5 minites to send
In a ping a reply is taking  around 45 ms
(bytes=32 time = 45ms)

I this a reasonable time for the reply and also an email send og images please?

Many thanks

John
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by:epichero22
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I previously asked experts to recommend a hosting provider, and almost all of them said that 1and1 is a poor provider.  You can read on it here:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web_Development/Miscellaneous/Q_28364373.html

I ended going with GoDaddy, but you may want to call 1and1 first and find out if they can offer you anything better.
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by:johnhardy
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Thanks epichero22

How do the speeds I quoted seem? I am not sufficiently familiar with the ms to form an opinion?
Generally my experience with 1and1 is good. I have had very few down times, so far my only concern is the speed.
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Well, email is determined by your Internet Service Provider and the ping rate may not tell you a whole lot about 1and1's performance.  It's all about what's going on in their internal servers that may be causing the slow down.  I would still call them to complain and maybe call other providers to see what they can also offer you.  If 1and1 is costing you business, dump them.
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Many thanks for your advice,
Regards

John
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