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Date:         Wed, 10 Jan 2001 13:10:15 -0800
Reply-To:     Matthew Pollard <poll7356@UIDAHO.EDU>
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From:         Matthew Pollard <poll7356@UIDAHO.EDU>
Subject:      Re: [Fwd: Web Site Bandwidth Usage] getting the boot
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Ya'know, you could leave the main portion of the server where it is and divvy up the pages- but have them all be linked from the index. Lets say i take the photos section and slap them on my server. THen i'd get the hits and bandwith but the user would have been linked to my page from Hmmm, could you just slap the photos and high banddwith stuff on different servers- again like above, but have the photos linked in from somewhere else? You are barely above the limit, so i think there may be an easy way around it.

Cheers and good luck. BTW, i have a server if you need some space. -Matthew

Matthew Pollard Dept. of Chemistry University of Idaho

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