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Old 19th May 2009, 22:58
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Originally Posted by oriongr View Post
Hi all,
it is quite generic question. I am using ISPconfig 2 for quite long time. I am happy with it. I know it and it covers my needs.
If ISPConfig 2 covers your needs then there is no reason to update. ISPConfig 3 is made for multiserver setups.

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I have a new installation coming up and I was thinking to go for ISPconfig 3 (actually it is a consolidation of two servers to one).
Should I go?
if you want to use the advanced email features of ispconfig 3, then yes. If the system user setup of ispconfig 2 fullfills all your needs, stay with ispconfig 2.

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For how long you will support version 2?
years.
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