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Looking for mail relays for cPanel

Hey, as the title suggest, im looking for mail relays for setting up for all the users in cPanel, yeah i heard about mailchannels, but it's extremely costy, any cheaper alternatives to mailchannels that not be too much of an hassle to setup to all the current users and new ones in cPanel?

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  • you can consider https://mail.baby

  • SendInBlue.com

  • AdvicerxyzAdvicerxyz Member
    edited November 17

    @frakass said:
    SendInBlue.com

    They more expensive than mailchannels by around 100 usd per 1mil mails.

  • @Advicerxyz said:

    @frakass said:
    SendInBlue.com

    They more expensive than mailchannels by around 100 usd per 1mil mails.

    right. but they have a free tier.

  • AdvicerxyzAdvicerxyz Member
    edited November 17

    @masiqbal said:
    you can consider https://mail.baby

    any experience with them? i seen them before, didnt manage to get alot people using them.

    @Advicerxyz said:

    @frakass said:
    SendInBlue.com

    They more expensive than mailchannels by around 100 usd per 1mil mails.

    right. but they have a free tier.

    mate please note it's for all server not some wp site with contact form :open_mouth:
    that's why im looking for server wide solution for clients.

  • alentoalento Member, Host Rep

    @Advicerxyz said:

    @frakass said:
    SendInBlue.com

    They more expensive than mailchannels by around 100 usd per 1mil mails.

    How do you figure? Mailchannels is $449 and MailBaby is $201 for 1 million mails per their websites.

  • @alento said:

    @Advicerxyz said:

    @frakass said:
    SendInBlue.com

    They more expensive than mailchannels by around 100 usd per 1mil mails.

    How do you figure? Mailchannels is $449 and MailBaby is $201 for 1 million mails per their websites.

    is mailbaby reliable? anyone has experience with them in the long term?
    cause they solution pricing seems suitable for me.

  • raviravi Member

    @Advicerxyz said:
    is mailbaby reliable?

    mail.baby is a product of interserver.net @interservermike which is a reliable provider.

    If I am not mistaken, popular email hosting provider MXroute also uses mail.baby if outgoing mails fail from their own IP. Below is the quote from their sale post.

    If your outgoing email is rejected due to IP reputation, we re-send from another IP. If this fails too many times, we send it to mail.baby (Interserver) who does the same. If it fails repeatedly, they send it to MailChannels for the final delivery attempts.

  • mhosting_inmhosting_in Member
    edited November 18

    you can use amazon ses SMTP.

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  • @masiqbal said: you can consider https://mail.baby

    Been using mail.baby for approx 6 months, been very good so far,great value for money

  • @epaslv said:

    @masiqbal said: you can consider https://mail.baby

    Been using mail.baby for approx 6 months, been very good so far,great value for money

    Hey, Thank you, if you don't mind i'm asking,
    Do they have MX records that need to be configured server-wide like mailchannel or spamexperts, or just smarthost within exim conf, and spf record?
    Does it support local server DKIM?

  • jokesonyoujokesonyou Member
    edited November 18

    @Advicerxyz said: just smarthost within exim conf, and spf record

    This ^

    @Advicerxyz said: Does it support local server DKIM?

    Check: https://www.mail.baby/faq/

  • @jokesonyou said:

    @Advicerxyz said: just smarthost within exim conf, and spf record

    This ^

    @Advicerxyz said: Does it support local server DKIM?

    Check: https://www.mail.baby/faq/

    Thanks mate, next public server i'm setuping be in the next month or so, will play with it, if their service be good, i'll implent it in all the servers i have :smile:

  • naranjatechnaranjatech Member, Patron Provider
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