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[Poll] Anybody interested in cheap email services?
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[Poll] Anybody interested in cheap email services?

EASEAS Member
edited March 2020 in General

I'm planning to provide email services with the details below.

5GB Plan:
£0.5/Ac/Mo (1 Year minimum)

10GB Plan:
£1.0/Ac/Mo (1 Year minimum)

20GB Plan:
£2.0/Ac/Mo (1 Year minimum)

5 Accounts Plan:
5GB Shared
1 Domain (£0.5/Mo/Extra Domain)
£1.0/5 Ac/Mo (1 Year minimum)

  • Both IMAP & POP is allowed
  • Dedicated IP will be charged for £5/Mo if needed.
  • Roundcube, Rainloop, Squirrelmail & Mailpile will be included. ( £1/Mo will be charged if need customized branding)

I wanna see that is anybody interested in it before launching it.
If there's only one or two, then I'll skip it.
If anybody wants to resell it, the minimum will be 20 accounts and the price can go down to £0.2/Ac/Mo ( Determines on the volume)

Comments

  • jpengjpeng Member

    You can resell MXroute.
    Mime: 199903.xyz

    Free secure email: https://tls-mail.com/

  • @EAS said: I'm planning to provide email services with the details below.

    Congrats on your first post

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  • EASEAS Member
    edited March 2020

    @jpeng A few questions:

    1. Does it support dedicated ip?
    2. What's the maximum storage for the plan upgrades?
    3. Is customized webmail available? If yes, what's the price?
    4. Is automated billing available ?
    5. Is there any clam down time? (Such as 30 days refund?)
    6. How many backup MX servers do you have?
  • EASEAS Member

    @angstrom Haha, I'm always here reading tons of post but I was a "CR-ROM" and I read them only. And I decided to register for a account as I recently wanted yo

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  • RossGRossG Member, Provider

    @EAS said:
    @jpeng A few questions:

    1. Does it support dedicated ip?
    2. What's the maximum storage for the plan upgrades?
    3. Is customized webmail available? If yes, what's the price?
    4. Is automated billing available ?
    5. Is there any clam down time? (Such as 30 days refund?)
    6. How many backup MX servers do you have?

    Why are you asking him to do your market research for you?

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  • EASEAS Member

    @RossG I though he is the reseller

  • Any Different with MXroute?

    Don't give me hope.

  • Where is the POLL ?

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  • EASEAS Member

    @elliotc I've just tried to purchase mxroute to test. I found mxroute only got one mx server without backup mx. Mine will have a few to make sure receiving mails great.

  • EASEAS Member

    @webclouddev automatically gone after i edit the topic

  • FoulFoul Member
    edited March 2020

    @EAS

    MXRoute is far more redundant than you think. They have many multiple servers, and the owner @jar works hard on it to ensure high email deliverability for the many customers MXRoute has. You should join MXRoute community and learn all about what mxroute does behind the scenes before saying that.

    Best of luck with your venture.

  • jarjar Provider
    edited March 2020

    @EAS said:
    @elliotc I've just tried to purchase mxroute to test. I found mxroute only got one mx server without backup mx. Mine will have a few to make sure receiving mails great.

    If an SMTP server attempts to deliver an email and fails to reach the recipient server, it holds the email in queue and retries later. While I ask users to add a backup hostname so that I might one day deploy a backup relay, basic retry functionality is quite acceptable in the rare event of an outage. Backup relays can be more troublesome than one might think (maintaining list of accepted domains in real time, not accepting extra spam as main server has to accept emails that break SPF from it, etc). Fully mirrored servers would be less troublesome on those notes but also more difficult to provide outside of the same rack at scale.

    Anyway, the real gem is here: https://mxroute.com/our-unique-outbound-infrastructure/

    Founder @ MXroute

  • EASEAS Member

    Sounds like a strong service. But how about if I create a inbound server to receive mails and link up mxroute to use their outbound mail servers? Since I was planning to use openstack based cloud to do it, so if anyone need to upgrade the service, it can upgrade the storage up to 100TB without any hustle.

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