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What do "unlimited disk space, data transfer, and email storage" mean?

It's pretty straightforward: Customers who use Yahoo Web Hosting can obtain unlimited diskspace, datatransfer, and email storage if they use their services consistently with the Terms ofService and theseparagraphs.

What is appropriate usage?

Yahoo Web Hosting is designed to serve the web hosting needs of small, independentlyowned and operatedbusinesses in the United States. It is not appropriate to use our services to support largeenterprises orinternationally based businesses with a sustained demand that places undue burden on oursystems ornegatively impacts use by small, independently owned and operated businesses.

Yahoo Web Hosting is a shared web hosting service, which means that a number ofcustomers' websites andother email or storage services are hosted from the same server. Yahoo uses abusecontrols to helpensure that use of our services does not adversely affect the performance of our systemor othercustomers' sites. It is not appropriate to use an account primarily as an online storagespace or forarchiving electronic files.

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If you use your services consistently with the Terms of Service and these paragraphs, yoursite can grow aslarge as necessary to meet your small business needs, but to ensure a great experience forall, we willplace some constraints on how fast you can grow. The vast majority of our customers' sitesgrow at rateswell within our rules, but our abuse controls may cause a brief delay while we evaluate ifexpansion isappropriate.

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Yahoo will increase your space along with your appropriate small business needs, but ourabuse controlsmay impact the rate of growth or your folder size, and there may be a short delay whilewe assess yourusage. In some cases, creating additional folders or subfolders will help ensure thatthe system workswell for everyone.

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