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I need some recommendation where I should buy Email Hosting from, I currently have my website and email hosted at Godaddy, the website is working fine and the speed is not too bad, but the email hosting with the webhosting is a joke outgoing email take ages to send and going to spam on Gmail etc, incoming very slow, webmail not loading half the time.
Am looking for Email hosting based on the EU only, my need are about 2-3 inbox each around 1-2gb in size am looking for a reliable host, any recommendation.
@Jarland / mxroute, but the services are hosted in the US.
Product page: https://www.mailcheap.co/premium_mail.html
Based in OVH FR DCs.
try mxroute ( @Jarland )
Depending on you requirements there is also a reliable free solution that my company uses at https://domain.yandex.com/domains_add/
It is located in Russia so their laws apply but you can read more by going to this blog here:
Move your website too- You might think GoDaddy is fine, but to the other 95% of the world, it's slow and likely less than half your images load.
I used to migrate 5 GoDaddy customers a day from a previous provider I worked at. 150-200 customers a month.
MxRoute or find a VPS then install MailCow if you're able to self-manage it. MxRoute is probably better long term to maintain your sanity.
Any plans to locate a server in the EU (or UK) @jarland ?
I'm sure you'd clean up if you did.
I've thought about it but I dunno. Any suggestions on solid providers in the region? I'd be looking for, at minimum, E3 + 32GB + 4x 2TB with HW RAID, /27 IPv4, no termination for receiving DDOS (null route fine). Someone I could count on for a bit more support and more direct server access than OVH.
@jarland: Hetzner. Even a server from their server auction would do.
I understand your requirement server spec wise, if you don't mind me asking why do even need a /27 IPv4 (32 ip's), i know in your current product line outgoing is sent via a relay it was originally Mailchannels now it's Mailcheap.
Actually right now it's MailCheap, MailChannels, and in-house relays. Outgoing relay is randomly selected from a list on each send. As for the /27 it's more about having alternate, unadvertised entry points to the server. Backup server enters into each server on an IP that is used only for it, mitigation tunnels over others, etc.
@Whimere mxroute FTW
Mxroute is very good email provider, i don't think server's in Dallas, TX is going to work for @whimere requirement of EU only.
Hit me up on Skype or via Message. Perhaps there's something I can do.
Seeing as somehow OZ competes in Eurovision, maybe TX could become an honorary member of the EU?
I've declared my house to be its own country. No one has challenged me yet. I'm building my own military to protect my claim. It consists 100% of pissed off cats and a toddler that screams "I'm hungry" until you pull your hair out, no matter how much you feed her.
You might want to be careful. Even as a sovereign entity, you're dumping those toxic diapers on US soil. That could be considered an act of terrorism.
I highly recommend mxroute, tho I have an account with them and haven't even touched it. Great service
Migadu.com is in CH, pm me if you want a discount code (25% off first year iirc).
online.net especially if you buy their commercial support package is a possibility. I don't see that exact config there, but some of the machines are customizeable, and they have regular and HA SAN storage available (€10/TB/mo and €20/TB/mo respectively). The HA is replicated across two data centers.
Also Hetzner, there are some 4 drive HW raid machines in the server auction, or you can order a regular server with a flexipack (higher cost).
Edit: fix currency symbol, $ -> €.
We use Hetzner and love it, everything. Really solid.
But there's @Clouvider too. Dominik is an excellent guy to deal/speak with.
yandex offer free email for domain
I dunno if overseas hosting can help a US company from a privacy perspective. Micro$oft and Amazon have been fighting big legal battles over that. I'm not sure of the current state of play. But it doesn't seem like something a small company could deal with.
Thanks for recommending @MikePT.
We would be more than happy to help @Jarland ;-).
Zoho is a India corp, Yandex is from Russia non are from the EU
@Clouvider @MikePT @K4Y5 @DigitalFyre @Razza @Hxxx
Don't Sidetrack talking about a us email provider, about moving site from godaddy, and talking about server spec.
Hmm, I might of side tracked it a bit, asking Jarland why he need a /27 for a mail server, but in the end it's a discussion broad.
I don't think am going to listen to a member with 1 old day account and one post, telling me not to side track a topic.
Btw you must be a dumb arse going with Godaddy everyone with a brain know they are crap.
Having discussions within discussions is allowed here.
That not very nice I have reported you to the admin's.
Ok, I'm not acting on this report because this is insanity: