Linux Shell Account Rates
1T = Manual One-Time Payment, AP = Automatic Recurring Payments
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- Economy Shells
- A low cost general purpose shell for routine uses. You can host a modest website under our domain. Databases and mail lists are not included with this account type. You may run one eggdrop or other small background task. Economy shells include 200MB disk quota and a 1G INBOX.
- Standard Shells
- Standard shells include all of the features of an economy shell but you may have up to two Smartlist mail lists and up to two IRC bots or other background tasks. Standard shells include 1GB disk quota and a 1G INBOX.
- Secondary Shells
- Secondary shells are deprecated. They provide the same services as a primary account but are secondary to an existing primary account. Existing users may retain secondary shells as long as neither the secondary shell account nor the primary account to which it is tied are allowed to expire.
- Power Shells
- Power shells provide the features of a standard shell plus MySQL databases. In addition you may have up to four SmartList mail lists and up to four IRC bots or other background tasks. Power shells include 10GB disk quota and a 1GB INBOX.
- Enterprise Shells
- Enterprise shells provide the features of a power shell with additional resources. You may have up to ten SmartList mail lists and up to ten IRC bots or other background tasks. Enterprise shells include 100GB disk quota and a 1GB INBOX.
- SuperMax Shells
- With bigger data applications such as video juke-boxes and massive databases becoming more common place, we’ve added a new class of shell with all of the features of Enterprise Shells and one 1TB of disk space. This is enough space to store about 200 DVDs raw or about 1000 in xvid format.
- Mailbox Storage
- The INBOX on all account types is 1GB. This limit is imposed for performance reasons. Every time your INBOX is manipulated, it potentially has to be re-written. This is particularly true if mail in the early or middle part of the box is deleted. In order to insure a timely response from your mail client, this limit is placed on all clients INBOX. However, this limit does not apply to other boxes which are kept in your $HOME/mail directory. There only your total disk quota usage limits the mailbox size.