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1&1 Partners with Open-Xchange, but are They Competing with Microsoft or Google?

Mon, 26 Feb 2007 22:14:00 -0400

BusinessWeek reports that 1&1 will soon start deploying Open-Xchange mailboxes in Germany, followed by rollouts in the US, Britain and France. The article reports that 1&1 manages 5 million email accounts on behalf of 2.7 million web hosting customers. (This is wildly inconsistent with the 6 million hosting customers and 65 million emails accounts in 1&1's Business 2.0 ad. Maybe these figures include users from 1&1 parent company United Internet's Web.de and GMX portals business?)



With Open-Xchange's open source solution, 1&1 will be able to offer Microsoft Exchange-like features for $5 per user per month, versus its $10-$15 $6.99 current price. BusinessWeek says this is "nothing but bad news" for Microsoft, but are Microsoft and Open-Xchange competing with each other? Or should both be worried that end users like Steve Rubel are turning Gmail into their personal nerve centers?



Steve is a senior VP at Edelman PR, an enormous organization that no doubt has an industrial strength email system, but Steve is hooked on Gmail because:



"Everyday I come across something on the web that I want to save for future reference... since I travel a lot, I need to access my bits from a mobile device. The latest version of the Google Toolbar has a send to Gmail function. Select some text or graphics, right click on it and send it to Gmail... Whammo - an instant personal database."



A friend who works at Microsoft says he can use his Windows Mobile phone to search his Exchange archive as well. But 10 GB Gmail accounts are available for $4.17 each per month (mobile client, website builder and web-based word processor and spreadsheet included). That's a 10x larger personal database compared with 1&1's 1GB allocation (Outlook 2003 and free domain name included).



Another important question is, to what extent will 1&1 be able to drive Open-Xchange adoption? Yes, as the world's largest hosting provider, 1&1 can deliver an enormous audience. But seeing is *not* deploying. As a point of reference, when I switched from (POP mail + Outlook + Blackberry) to (Google Apps + Gmail mobile) last week, I realized that despite the conveniently-located Google Start Page icon on my control panel, I still like Netvibes better. But thanks to the Gmail and Google Calendar widgets on Netvibes, I was able to piece together a best of all worlds solution.



If I were 1&1 CEO Andreas Gauger, I would think along the same lines and open up my community and technology platform.
Customer A might prefer Gmail + 1&1's website builder, while Customer B might choose Open-Xchange mail + Google Pages. Why not use widgets, RSS and open APIs to help each user concoct his perfect combination?





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A ix web hosting review is usually positive. This is because ixwebhosting.com
uses cPanel as the ixweb hosting control panel. This makes it easy to use for
people who are just starting out as webmasters. There are a lot of new customers
who sign up with one of the other top ten hosting companies and get frustrated
right away. This is because these companies have gotten too large to take on the
new and smaller accounts and don�t really have the 24/7 support staff that can
teach beginners how to manage their site. What a lot of people don�t realize is
that customer support from the top ten companies doesn�t mean webmaster teaching
or hand-holding. ixwebhosting.com seems to take this into stride and doesn�t
seem to mind the extra time it takes to coach someone along.



ixwebhosting.com has been around since 1999. They have over 180 employees and
host about 200,000 domains. They have three basic plans, Expert Plan, Business
Plus, and Unlimited Pro. The plans start at $6 a month and go up to $15. They
seem to get compared to Bluhost.com a lot, probably because their services are
the most comparable, although BlueHost seems to get higher rankings for a
customer-support staff that users claim are more knowledgeable. ixwebhosting.com
is fully compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac OS, which is handy.



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Other than that, it isn�t very remarkably different from the other hosting
companies who keep dropping prices and providing more hosting services. A few
extra features are included in the starting price, but in this extremely
competitive industry it�s hard to know how long that will last. In fact,
comparative reviews pitting one hosting company against another are increasing
as the consumer becomes more educated about how hosting companies quickly change
prices and services as everyone scrambles to make a quick buck off the internet.
ixwebhosting.com looks like one of the good companies, but again, provides the
same service everyone else has.



The Expert plan ($5.95 a month) includes unlimited domains, 600 gigs of disk
space, one free domain registration, 6,000 gigs of data transfer, and unlimited
subdomains. The Business plan ($8.95 a month) includes unlimited domains, 1,000
gigs of disk space, two free domain registrations, 8,000 gigs of data transfer,
and unlimited subdomains. Unlimited pro ($14.95 a month) includes unlimited
domains, unlimited disk space, three free domain registrations, 10,000 gigs of
data transfer, and unlimited subdomains. Some features like the site builder are
free and other optional features like credit card processing are reasonably
priced, but if you are serious about e-commerce, you are going to pay more here
and there.



Of course, the cpanel makes webhosting easy to use right from the start. It
doesn�t have as many icons as other hosting companies, but the Getting Started
Wizard is next to the Video Tutorials icon which makes getting started faster
for newcomers to web site management. The Logs section is at the top of the
panel which is convenient and includes icons for latest visitors, bandwidth,
Webelizer, Webelizer FTP, raw access logs, analog stats, and error log. The rest
of the panel is made up of standards like E-mail accounts, MX entry, FTP
accounts, Cron jobs, SSH/Shell manager, GnuPG keys, MySQL databases, etc.



Probably the biggest selling point for ixwebhosting.com is that while they are
shared hosting, they still own the company themselves and don�t look like they
are looking at selling anytime soon. This makes them a more reliable and stable
company for people who don�t have the luxury of becoming the causalities of
corporate mergers that are causing unnecessary downtime for sites these days.
Hopefully, ixwebhosting.com will stay the course of being independent and
continue to get good reviews.



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