At 11:48 AM 2005-08-26, you wrote: >So any suggetions? I've found it economical to run my own hosting service, and dedicate it exclusively to my clients. I also use a back-end product called Plesk. It's OK, but I'm sure that there are products that might do as good a job as this one. Plesk takes care of all of the stuff such as creating new domains, email addresses, ftp, managing certain services, etc... It has the additional benefit of allowing your client to self-manage a large number of things, such as email accounts, etc... Also, as a best practice, keep a password database of some sort. Lot's of them around, choose your favourite. Frank Marion lists at frankmarion.com Keep the signal high.