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    MXroute - Black Friday sale! Limited quantity!

    jarjar Provider

    Hey everyone!

    MXroute is an email hosting provider that aims to keep it simple, while offering high quality delivery standards. If your email has any chance of hitting the inbox, we'll get it there. Here are some features of MXroute:

    • IMAP, SMTP, POP3
    • Roundcube, Squirrelmail, Horde
    • cPanel control (why?)
    • MailChannels for outgoing filtering / high quality delivery
    • Servers physically overseen in a local datacenter
    • Spammy neighbors have no impact on your quality of service
    • RAID10 storage to reduce impact of single drive failure
    • Off-site backups made daily

    Here are our Black Friday offers for 2016:

    60GB Storage
    Unlimited Domains
    Unlimited Email Accounts
    $15/year
    Order here

    1GB Storage
    Unlimited Domains
    Unlimited Email Accounts
    $7/year
    Order here

    Each plan has 100 in stock. Thanks for your support, LET! :)

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    • NekkiNekki Moderator

      jarland said: 60GB Storage

      Unlimited Domains
      Unlimited Email Accounts
      $15/year
      Order here

      SICK

      Thanked by 1Waldo19
    • jarland said: 1GB Storage

      Did you miss a 0?

      Thanked by 1bersy

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    • got another. Sigh :(

    • Got 60GB, thank you for the great offer!

    • jarjar Provider

      tr1cky said: Did you miss a 0?

      Nah. Obviously quite a bad deal in comparison to the one above it, but oddly I get a lot of requests for just really cheap, almost no storage. People who barely do anything and just have like one email account, looking to save a buck anywhere they can.

    • @jarland said:

      tr1cky said: Did you miss a 0?

      Nah. Obviously quite a bad deal in comparison to the one above it, but oddly I get a lot of requests for just really cheap, almost no storage. People who barely do anything and just have like one email account, looking to save a buck anywhere they can.

      Just asked because you had a regular deal for 5gb space at 7.5$/year back in the days.

      tsdns.io - free, redundant, DDoS-protected TSDNS

    • Only for new customers, or is it possible to get the current package upgraded?

      Thanked by 1Junkless
    • MagicalTrainMagicalTrain Member
      edited November 2016

      If it was 2GB Id pounce on it. Currently moving away from a 1GB plan and I was annoyed at having to sometimes mist out stuff. lol. Still, awesome deal on the 60GB, even if way overkill for me.

      Could you do like a halfway point for 10$ for me? 3GB would be plenty already. :D

    • JunklessJunkless Member
      edited November 2016

      @paily said:
      Only for new customers, or is it possible to get the current package upgraded?

      Only for new ORDERS... not customers. Though I wont see if it will be applicable to package upgrades.

    • @jarland

      My account is due to renewal very soon. Is it possible to upgrade that one instead of ordering a completely new?

    • NihimNihim Member
      edited November 2016

      wow can we upgrade to it from last years BF?
      Doubt I will ever use even the current space but I am getting jelly.

    • @deadbeef said:
      @jarland

      My account is due to renewal very soon. Is it possible to upgrade that one instead of ordering a completely new?

      @jarland yes, can we purchase this amazing package to upgrade/continue an existing package for after the current one ends soon?

      Personal consultant to OP's Mom™

    • I just renewed my 20GB 2015 BlackFriday account from @jarland ($15 too so this is 3x better) Very happy with mine, never had any problems with it. Easily worth every buck

      dog lover

    • Alright, I'm on board - I had purchased a third cheap Ramnode VPS just for email but this just takes the cake. I like how if it doesn't process websites then you don't have to worry about that CPU overhead - WordPress is a PIG on the other servers.

      Host, can you enable cPanel SSL certificates on the host under the Manage AutoSSL section of WHM or is that asking too much?

      On a sidenote, I developed something to migrate email from virtualmin - https://transfermyemail.ca - use the coupon code lowenddeal to get unlimited transfers for a month for $1. Hopefully that's OK to post admins!

      Thanked by 1jar
    • jarjar Provider
      edited November 2016

      As much as I'd love to process upgrades for everyone I would encourage ordering a new package and cancelling the other. The volume of requests that we receive from it sort of work against us in terms of time spent for gain of performing the action of converting plans outside of the intended upgrade paths (the front page plans, basically).

      Thanked by 1vimalware
    • @jarland said:
      As much as I'd love to process upgrades for everyone I would encourage ordering a new package and cancelling the other. The volume of requests that we receive from it sort of work against us in terms of time spent for gain of performing the action of converting plans outside of the intended upgrade paths (the front page plans, basically).

      Won't we lose our data with this process?

    • abangnoobabangnoob Member
      edited November 2016

      @jarland

      i just renewed my order (10GB) / $10/year.
      can i upgrade to this 60GB Storage promo?

    • jarjar Provider

      deadbeef said: Won't we lose our data with this process?

      It'd be like setting up your email fresh again yeah. You can try to appeal to Josh via ticket. I've instructed him to not feel obligated to do so. There's just too many requests to swap promos every time and it gets overwhelming.

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    • Are part credits given for cancellations?

    • jarjar Provider

      @Detruire said:
      Are part credits given for cancellations?

      Not at the moment, but something I should definitely consider implementing.

    • 60gb for $15 per year? yudodis?! Mine renewed back in May for $15 lol.

    • Hi @jarland

      Does your mail service has full mobile sync for contacts, calendar and notes? Or just the "normal" IMAP for mobile?

      Also in terms of sync with desktop Outlook 2016, the same question, is it possible to sync contacts, calendar and notes?

      I'm asking this because i'm looking for a Exchange alternative that can allow me to have full sync on all my devices.

      Thanks

    • VPNshVPNsh Member, Provider

      Already have 2 MXroute packages. This is making me want a third.

      Must... Resist...

      Thanked by 1Junkless

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    • Again... So MXroute is totally worth it and reliable?

      Sight* Always afraid to buy anything from LET other than the known old providers.

    • jarjar Provider

      nqservices said: I'm asking this because i'm looking for a Exchange alternative that can allow me to have full sync on all my devices.

      It wouldn't hold up as an exchange alternative for contacts, calendar, and notes. Technically cPanel supports CalDAV and CardDAV, and I've done nothing to disable these, but I've also not spent much time testing them heavily. I know other customers are using them. I had trouble with them on MacOS and gave up shortly after. It hasn't been a primary focus of mine, though I've always intended for it to be at some point.

    • jarjar Provider

      @Yura said:
      Recurring?

      Yep :)

      Thanked by 1Yura
    • Already order one :)

      tandatangan

    • @jarland I can take this offer and then request migration of my current plan to the new package via ticket support in a few weeks when support team are not so busy?

      Ruby, JS Programmer and Linux user

    • @jarland said:

      @Yura said:
      Recurring?

      Yep :)

      You got a customer :)
      Thank you.

    • Yet another new customer, quick question: will there be ipv6 support in the future?

    • jarjar Provider

      VirtualByte said: Yet another new customer, quick question: will there be ipv6 support in the future?

      Surely at some point.

    • jarland said: People who barely do anything and just have like one email account, looking to save a buck anywhere they can.

      So you mean me?

      raindog308 said: "I'm paying $6/year. $10/year is too rich for me. Well, features, my time, ease of us...maybe...oh wait, that $10/year provider doesn't offer semi-annual payments, nope, waaaaay too much for me..."

      me // random stuff // discord: Unixfy#3061

    • @jarland so is this smtp relay?

    • @Hxxx said:
      Again... So MXroute is totally worth it and reliable?

      Using their services since 2015 BF event. Reliable, fast, good support.

      Thanked by 1vimalware
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    • I want to get one, but I don't need it :(

      Must resist impulse buy

      Thanked by 2Hxxx inthecloudblog
    • HxxxHxxx Member
      edited November 2016

      Don't resist. Follow your gut.

      @doghouch said:
      I want to get one, but I don't need it :(

      Must resist impulse buy

      Thanked by 1Waldo19
    • @Hxxx said:
      Don't resist. Follow your gut.

      @doghouch said:
      I want to get one, but I don't need it :(

      Must resist impulse buy

      My gut says to save moolah for actual Black Friday, but brain says get it lol

    • Cant go wrong with $15....

    • became a customer on 7th this month. Just made a new order seeing this up. If i am to cancel the previous will I get a refund?

    • jarjar Provider

      jam said: I can take this offer and then request migration of my current plan to the new package via ticket support in a few weeks when support team are not so busy?

      It's hard for me to see ahead. Feel free to log a ticket and I'm letting Josh decide how he wants to handle these. I don't like the workload that swapping out promos creates, and if I tell everyone that they can wait for the rush to be over then it just delays the rush. It's one of those things where I want to be accommodating but I have to draw lines for sanity. Typically when swapping out promos we're putting in more admin time for lowering returns.

      Hxxx said: MXroute is totally worth it and reliable?

      I hope so. It's filled with my blood, sweat, and tears.

      tenpera said: so is this smtp relay?

      It is not. A strict relay would be better with something like this: https://www.mailcheap.co/smtprelays.html

      That said, you can relay through it but just know that you're creating an email account and authenticating as that account to send through, you're not just passing the email through us as-is.

      Squyd said: became a customer on 7th this month. Just made a new order seeing this up. If i am to cancel the previous will I get a refund?

      We can talk about it, go ahead and log a ticket when you get a chance. Know that we'll be a bit backed up on tickets right now.

    • just upgrade my bf2015 packet to this bf2016 ;)

    • @jarland said:

      We can talk about it, go ahead and log a ticket when you get a chance. Know that we'll be a bit backed up on tickets right now.

      Knowing the person behind the service is assuring. You guys pull out the stops and are impressive. I think I will be staying with mxroute for a long time.

      Thanked by 2jar TheOnlyDK
    • Sorry I've been a little busy with my personal things, please take my apologies if the support tickets are slow.

      @codingconcepts said:
      Host, can you enable cPanel SSL certificates on the host under the Manage AutoSSL section of WHM or is that asking too much?

      The problem with AutoSSL is that it would be impossible to authenticate with Let's Encrypt unless the web is hosted by us, which isn't something we would want to offer. Not sure how the "Issued by cPanel" option works, but I'm assuming something similar.

      @Hxxx said:
      Again... So MXroute is totally worth it and reliable?

      Sight* Always afraid to buy anything from LET other than the known old providers.

      Well, give it a try :)

      @jam said:
      @jarland I can take this offer and then request migration of my current plan to the new package via ticket support in a few weeks when support team are not so busy?

      Migration by us will incur a cost, but if you can/want to do it by yourself, by all means. I'm fine with giving you SFTP access for a couple of days so you can just add the domains and copy the files over and call it a day.

    • @tr1cky said:

      jarland said: 1GB Storage

      Did you miss a 0?

      There was another offer with a 0 in another thread a couple of days ago:

      @jarland said:
      Here's 10GB storage with unlimited accounts/domains for $10/year: https://billing.mxroute.com/cart.php?a=add&pid=29

      @jarland I guess this one is still valid too, right?

      don't buy what you don't need: idling hurts your wallet & the planet...

    • I pulled the trigger on the 60GB offer. I'll set up some e-mail domains and I am also curious to see how well MailChannels filtering works. Great price too, for what the package offers.

    • Where are MXRoute servers located?

    • I want to buy the 60GB promo plan, but I don't think I should :(. I love how reliable MXRoute has been, but I already have three plans (20GB, 10GB, and 10GB) and I'm probably nowhere near using that much space. I'm also probably going to be moving from three domains to two in the near future.

      My current plans expire in Feb 2017 (20GB; domain for a venture that was supposed to become my primary domain, but that didn't work out), Oct 2017 (10GB; domain to be renewed permanently), and Dec 2017 (10GB/1 email; domain to be renewed permanently).

      My primary GMail account (to which my other external emails are also pulled) has been straddling 100% space usage all year, so I'm not sure what the best approach would be. I suppose the best(?) long-term strategy would be to disable pulling external mails to my primary GMail, buy a 60GB promo package to replace the one used for my current primary domain (only 10GB, but expiring Dec 2017), move the 20GB plan to my secondary domain (if possible), then let the most restrictive 10GB plan expire (single domain, though the annual payment is less than half all the other plans).

      tl;dr I'm an idiot. Any questions?

      Thanked by 1Yura

      Personal consultant to OP's Mom™

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