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    mxroute has changed my life

    amsaalamsaal Member
    edited December 1 in General

    i used to have issues with mails not coming in inbox and some times i had to whitelist domains etc etc. then moved to mailcow hosted it was nice move until there was offer from mxroute black friday 2019 10 usd yearly.

    Now i am relaxed no more 1 domain restriction like in mailcow. need to pay extra for per domain 4 EUR or so.

    This mxroute yearly offer 10 usd recurring is mind blowing.

    with unlimited domains and unlimited emails what more i can ask for.

    Thanks so much.

    Comments

    • LeeLee Member

      I mean @jar won't let you down no matter how over the top you make your thread title.

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    • sure he is good . always kind to others

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    • Transfer those mailing trouble to others for a cheap price.
      Why not :sunglasses:

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    • NekkiNekki Moderator

      Another MXRoute offer coming in a little over 20 minutes....

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    • 13 MINUTES

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      I'll keep trying to earn your business :smile:

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    • LeeLee Member

      Next thread from the OP - 'MXroute destroyed my life, made it cheaper on Monday'.

      It's better to keep your mouth shut and appear stupid than open it and remove all doubt

    • When I saw this title, I was like 'damn, I need to take those mxroute pills'

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    • @jar I took the plunge! :open_mouth:
      $10/2yr would be rude not to try it out, when I find the time.

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    • pikepike Member
      edited December 1

      @amsaal said:
      with unlimited domians

      Same here, former mail-in-a-box user. Very good delivery and they do all the work I had to do before.

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    • donbdonb Member

      The $5/yr is over? I mean I was wanting an yearly package instead of biennial one.

    • @donb said:
      The $5/yr is over? I mean I was wanting an yearly package instead of biennial one.

      Not sure what you're referring to. The BF deal this year was $10/yr from the get go.

    • OujiOuji Member

      donb said: The $5/yr is over? I mean I was wanting an yearly package instead of biennial one.

      The 5/yr was always $10/2yr. If you can't commit to two years, you will have to pay $10/yr. Also the 10/yr package is more cost effective.

    • jarjar Provider
      edited December 2

      https://mxroute.com/cyber-monday/

      Relevant to above discussion.

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    • donbdonb Member

      @Ouji said:

      donb said: The $5/yr is over? I mean I was wanting an yearly package instead of biennial one.

      The 5/yr was always $10/2yr. If you can't commit to two years, you will have to pay $10/yr. Also the 10/yr package is more cost effective.

      Yea, I figured out the $10/year 25GB deal a while back. Went for it already :D

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    • amsaal said: need to pay extra for per domain 4 EUR or so.

      Mailcow is restricted to 1 free email domain????

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    • Stupid question. Is mxroute focused on outbound only, or good for inbound too? I need a good inbound provider that isn't google for multiple domains.

    • jarjar Provider

      @blindcipher said:
      Stupid question. Is mxroute focused on outbound only, or good for inbound too? I need a good inbound provider that isn't google for multiple domains.

      My position is mostly "anyone can receive mail." Sending, consistently, is the harder part and where most of my effort goes. It doesn't mean that I don't spend time improving inbound, but it's a fraction of the time spent.

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    • donlidonli Member

      @blindcipher said:
      Stupid question. Is mxroute focused on outbound only, or good for inbound too? I need a good inbound provider that isn't google for multiple domains.

      What do you mean by "good for inbound"? Do you want all emails to arrive or do you need really good spam filtering?

    • Title sounds like advert for a little blue pill..

      Though I must admit Mxroute did change my Email life for the better.

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    • I too am very happy with the service and recommend it whenever anyone asks about email solution.

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    • ChuckChuck Member

      @amsaal #cnn

      I like what she said, not what it means.

    • @jar said:
      I'll keep trying to earn your business :smile:

      GSuite’s mail deliverability is excellent but man the $15 CAD/mo price tag is really stinging

      like, the bar to convince me to move is very very very very low lol

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    • JabJabJabJab Member
      edited December 2

      "package will be provisioned in Netherlands, on a server named London".
      #Brexit

    • ottmiottmi Member

      Happy customer here as well. Have been using them for over 3 years now and they never let me down.

      The only thing that somehow annoys me is that their outbound filter rejects emails with .eml attachments, i.e. forwarded emails. From previous conversation with @jar I understand that this is infact a default for cPanel's exim configuration and I was wondering whether this "feature" also exists for the new DA plans? I might consider moving to the new plan if that is not the case. Then again, I'm now on the 3yr BF2018 plan for 10$/yr with 100GB instead of the 25GB of the current offer. That's just too good to let go ;-)

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    • Signed up for mxroute, didn't save my marriage but cured my diarrhoea a very recommended service

    • thanks @jar for the valuable services

    • @donli said:

      @blindcipher said:
      Stupid question. Is mxroute focused on outbound only, or good for inbound too? I need a good inbound provider that isn't google for multiple domains.

      What do you mean by "good for inbound"? Do you want all emails to arrive or do you need really good spam filtering?

      I have multiple domains. Need to be able to receive some accounts to myself, and forward others. Currently they all forward to gmail, which is a nightmare when trying to reply, plus it's gmail. Maybe I am overthinking it and a VPS would solve it.

    • @greattomeetyou said:

      amsaal said: need to pay extra for per domain 4 EUR or so.

      Mailcow is restricted to 1 free email domain????

      yes per domain 4 eur something . you might get free if you long time customer but its per domain charges.

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    • I got their $10/y plan. But, not yet started using them(Not even logged in to cp). Is it any thing different from mail channels?

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    • jarjar Provider

      @niceboy said:
      I got their $10/y plan. But, not yet started using them(Not even logged in to cp). Is it any thing different from mail channels?

      It’s a full end to end email service. We’ve actually built out an in-house replacement for mailchannels for outbound email that has been working even better for us as well.

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    • @vyas11 said:
      The reviews for mxroute can compete with reviews for the Three Wolves T Shirt on amazon

      "The goal of the three wolf moon shirt is to transcend the physicality of the shirt, and the money you invested in it. Let your sweat and natural musk become the conduit from the shirt to you. Once you let go of all ties to anything except the wolves and the moon, you'll see that it never really mattered to begin with."

      Yes!

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    • gksgks Member

      @jar, I already have 30 USD > @blindcipher said:

      Stupid question. Is mxroute focused on outbound only, or good for inbound too? I need a good inbound provider that isn't google for multiple domains.

      As for as I understand based on @jar comments last year, there is no redundant or no High Availability supported by MxRoute instead it goes by retry from the client side. This means, if you send email in outlook, if outlook could not deliver email, it stays in outbox, then it try to deliver later, the may be true for inbound as well, if gmail server try to deliver mail to mxroute, and it will retry if mxroute down for a while.

      I am assuming the SLA may be like 9x.yyy where jar may throw some lights on what that x and yyy could be if the server is down a while.

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    • @blindcipher said:
      Stupid question. Is mxroute focused on outbound only, or good for inbound too? I need a good inbound provider that isn't google for multiple domains.

      Just to add on to jar's response, I think mxroute's outbound is really good. As for inbound, sadly to my knowledge google is ahead of everyone else in the industry atm, but mxroute will do fine honestly... It's unlikely that you get important emails spam filtered or something.

      gks said: if gmail server try to deliver mail to mxroute, and it will retry if mxroute down for a while.

      If I am not wrong what happens then is the email gets undelivered and the sender gets a notification of that. Idk if there is a SLA, but mxroute's stacks work well and probably has had very insignificant downtimes. Having redundancy is probably not very cost effective just to avoid short downtimes here and there for email :/

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    • jarjar Provider
      edited December 4

      gks said: As for as I understand based on @jar comments last year, there is no redundant or no High Availability supported by MxRoute instead it goes by retry from the client side. This means, if you send email in outlook, if outlook could not deliver email, it stays in outbox, then it try to deliver later, the may be true for inbound as well, if gmail server try to deliver mail to mxroute, and it will retry if mxroute down for a while.

      Yeah I bank on retry times, as this is more appropriate with less negatives than the backup relays I've managed in the past. Eventually I'll perfect my backup relay setup and put it back in place, just my implementations have proven to be more like a pretty sticker on the box I'm trying to sell than an actual positive benefit (caused more problems than they solved).

      gks said: I am assuming the SLA may be like 9x.yyy where jar may throw some lights on what that x and yyy could be if the server is down a while.

      I was never really fond of SLAs, prefer to work with people directly who are impacted. No point in writing software to give a 3 cent credit to a bunch of people who don't care when I could instead talk to the people who had the worst impact and try to make it up for them in a contextually appropriate way based on their business and mine. I try to reduce the human element in repetitive contacts so that I can be available for more important ones like that.

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      MXroute/Jarland is supergood!) Solved my big problem in 3 sec.

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    • @mikei said:
      MXroute/Jarland is supergood!) Solved my big problem in 3 sec.

      nice

    • To summarize the words above, I'd say that @jar is so good, you can actually send him money without ordering any services.

      I'm incredibly close to this since 2017 and have zero complaints so far :)

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