On Sat 09 Jul 2005 15:06, Michele Neylon:: Blacknight.ie wrote:
> >> I was asked by a charitable organisation what is the cheapest (and
> >> easiest) way to set up a web-site?
>> If they are a registered charity then they qualify for a FREE IE domain. A
> number of the IEDR resellers (including us) will handle this
Sorry, I should not have used the word "charitable".
The organisation in question is a kind of residents association,
but I am sure they are not sufficiently well organised
to have got charitable status.
(They don't even have headed paper,
and I am pretty sure they are not registered in any form.)
In any case, I don't think they intend to undertake any activities
involving non-negligible sums of money.
So really, I should just have said that "a group" is wondering
what is the cheapest way of setting up a web-site.
Sorry for the confusion.
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