Looking for a good paid email solution (signup, or hosted)

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  1. Copen-08

    Copen-08 Regular Member

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    Hi,

    I'm looking for a good paid email solution to use a domain I got for email. I was using protonmail, but after their CEO decided to provoke hackers by calling them clowns, and then get wrecked (I think it's still going) I've decided to try to find a more mature solution.

    I'm not really looking for super encryption, or anything. I just want a way to read emails that get sent to "[email protected]" on a nice and easy to manage UI that is from a company that promises not to sell my data, and gives me a easy way to access my emails on mobile. I'd also need more then 1 account, but only having 1 domain is fine. I already bought my domain though...

    I tried Zoho, but after their services didn't let me use the domain I bought I emailed support and never got a reply (It's been about 2 days.)

    Does anyone know of anything good for around $3 to $5 a month?
     
  2. energeticpanty

    energeticpanty Regular Member

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    How long has the web host been in business? Have they changed management/ ownership in that time or, more importantly, recently?
     
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    Before choosing a web host check if they offer flexibility of upgrading to a higher hosting package, just in case you run out of the allocated resources.
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    You need to choose a hosting provider whose data center is geographically close to your target audience.
    Also choose a host that is fairly close to you, since you'll be the one accessing the hosting the most.
     

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