Your favorite email provider.

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Gmail all the way, it's easier to manage and i only use my Yahoo [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register].

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Canadian
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Ever since Gmail came out I made the switch from hotmail to Gmail and I've been using Gmail ever since they are a great email provider.

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I've used G Suite (formally Google Apps) for a decade already, but I'm currently experimenting with my own mail server.
It's coming alone really well, except I can't separate user accounts by domain name, but I'm trying to figure it out now.
Once everything goes well, I'll be hosting my emails on all domains myself.

ケロケロ。

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Nameless
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(12-24-2017, 09:17 AM)TechnicalSuwako Wrote: I've used G Suite (formally Google Apps) for a decade already, but I'm currently experimenting with my own mail server.
It's coming alone really well, except I can't separate user accounts by domain name, but I'm trying to figure it out now.
Once everything goes well, I'll be hosting my emails on all domains myself.

(12-24-2017, 09:17 AM)TechnicalSuwako Wrote: I've used G Suite (formally Google Apps) for a decade already, but I'm currently experimenting with my own mail server.
It's coming alone really well, except I can't separate user accounts by domain name, but I'm trying to figure it out now.
Once everything goes well, I'll be hosting my emails on all domains myself.

Own mail server. Is it secure? Do you do business with it?

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Zweilt

At this stage, I've got it quite secure.
More secure than hosted at a major company in fact, at least I know there's no security services tapping my emails for no reason.
And I don't do this for business at the moment, but who knows?

ケロケロ。

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(12-24-2017, 11:01 PM)TechnicalSuwako Wrote: At this stage, I've got it quite secure.
More secure than hosted at a major company in fact, at least I know there's no security services tapping my emails for no reason.
And I don't do this for business at the moment, but who knows?

Can you quote me? Otherwise I won't get alerts at all.
Doing an email business is quite profitable

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Zweilt

(12-24-2017, 11:04 PM)KuranKaname Wrote: Can you quote me? Otherwise I won't get alerts at all.
Doing an email business is quite profitable

Oh, that kind of business!
No, I don't intend to start an email hosting, there already are thousands around, of course with a few of those being overly dominant.

My mail server is currently for private use, but I intend to start a web development company sometime in 2018, so I'm exploring the posibilities ahead of time.

ケロケロ。

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(12-24-2017, 11:16 PM)TechnicalSuwako Wrote: Oh, that kind of business!
No, I don't intend to start an email hosting, there already are thousands around, of course with a few of those being overly dominant.

My mail server is currently for private use, but I intend to start a web development company sometime in 2018, so I'm exploring the posibilities ahead of time.

Oh cool. There are only a few providers that are good and provide good security

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