I'm looking for recommendations on e-mail providers! Since Google is axing my free GApps plan soon.
What I'm looking for:
- Support for own domain, including catch-all
- Reasonably priced (single user)
- Good reputation on reliability, deliverability(!), and privacy
- *No* jurisdiction marketing ('we're private because we're in country X')
@joepie91 mine¹ has been running for a while⁰ with this² and it's been pretty smooth sailing after setting it up and fixing a few things to not get caught in spam filters
@ckie I'm specifically looking for a hosted Just Works service with good deliverability right now - I already have too many things to be concerned about, and e-mail is pretty critical to me :)
@joepie91 Been with FastMail for years. Have aliases across a bunch of domains. Separate inboxes cost more money but aliases don't. Support and service is excellent. I also use their included file/static site hosting to host my professional portfolio which is nice.
@s0 Yep, I do actually use Fastmail for my freelance e-mail already, and it works very well. The main problem I have with them for personal e-mail, though, is that they are in Australia... not exactly the safest country from a privacy perspective.
@joepie91 hi. I work at Tutanota. It might work for you. I genuinely think we are the most secure email provider out there (with real e2e, incl. subjects) but there's no IMAP (for that reason).
3. I believe so
@joepie91 I moved to purelymail, but it’s a one-
man endeavour. Mailbox I’ve heard decent things about
Small server part of the pixie.town infrastructure. Registration is approval-based, and will probably only accept people I know elsewhere or with good motivation.