[lug] Email hosting
hugh at math.byu.edu
Fri May 20 15:26:00 MDT 2005
I also use the same service and I'm quite pleased.
On Fri, 20 May 2005, Bear Giles wrote:
> It's probably overkill for you but I'm using a virtual server at
> Tummy for my email hosting. $25/month (plus bandwidth over the
> standard amount, of course).
> The main benefit is that this gives me absolute control over
> everything. This isn't critical with email, but there are few JSP
> hosting sites that support postgresql. Someday I'll have my
> website ready for public view....
> Tummy also has a standard mail package available for download. My
> combo is similar, only I use courier for IMAPS.
> (P.S., or I could go into the email hosting business... :-)
> Michael Belanger wrote:
> > Greetings everyone..
> > I have been using godaddy.com for domain registry for a while, but when
> > I also tried them with email, I found them to be pretty bad. They don't
> > support linux or browsers/email clients other than MS.
> > Any recommendations for domain email hosting that are linux or
> > multiclient friendly? I prefer IMAP, but I will grit my teeth and make
> > pop work if it means a more predictable, maintainable, and reliable
> > email experience.
> > This is for personal use.
> > Thanks!
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