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Hello,

I need a mail hosting service. Preferred is one in Europe.

I know:
- tuffmail
- fastmail
- google apps
- runbox
- hushmail
- atmail cloud

Do you recommend any service? Self-hosting the mail is a bit complicated and I have not the time to invest in that topic.

Comments

  • You might look at FuseMail.

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  • look at my @Mail2000.us

  • We provide MS Exchange hosted email services in our UK cloud. Shoot us an email if you're interested :)

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  • kerouackerouac Member
    edited January 2014

    @shafire said:
    I need a mail hosting service. Preferred is one in Europe.

    From the one you mentioned, only two are in Europe; Runbox and Fastmail

    Fastmail is in fake Europe (aka UK), if you want Europe for security, I recommend Runbox, which is in Norway. However, its webmail inteface is not pretty. If you have the money for it, you should try mykolab.com which is in Switzerland, and has the best interface and groupware/collaboration, hence the name kolab.

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  • qtriangleqtriangle Member
    edited January 2014

    How about Live Domains?
    Just mentioning since nobody suggested this one.
    If it suits you, it is a great free service.

  • jarjar Provider

    MXroute :)

  • @qtriangle said:
    How about Live Domains?
    Just mentioning since nobody suggested this one.
    If it suits you, it is a great free service.

    I second Live Domains if you're just looking for something that's free. Outlook.com/Live/Hotmail also supports IMAP now so it should work with any client you are using.

  • tuxtux Member

    Yandex

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