Email Hosting or a Combined Hosting Package

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  • Luis Idrobo

    100% agree. I'm in the process of moving over to 10Web and since there's no e-mail hosting if I have to pay for GSuite, any savings is 100% gone. Looking at Zoho but not happy about them.

    The alternative that 10Web recommends is Yandex which is a Russian company which I'm not comfortable with at all. 

    But if someone is looking here's the page: https://help.10web.io/hc/en-us/articles/360031239511-How-to-create-a-free-email-address-with-my-domain

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  • Narek Zograbian

    I use 1&1 Ionos for their domain and email hosting. $2 a month for 25 email addresses and a free domain

     

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  • Jean Edwards

    It's simply too much of a hassle to set up emails with a different host. I am cancelling my accounts with 10web because of the lack of email hosting. Wish they'd offer it- I'd be willing to pay another dollar or two a month if they would offer it as an option.

     

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  • Narek Zograbian

    So what I do is I basically use the Mail Basic Package from 1&1 IONOS. It's $2 a month for 25 mailboxes and a free domain. So if you purchased the domain and all that, you can basically transfer it over to 1&1 IONOS and then connect it using the custom DNS provided by 10Web. 

    That way I get great WordPress hosting and a normal email box. 

    This is working out for me so far.

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  • Jean Edwards

    Thanks -- 1&1 IONOS checks out as a very reliable alternative. BUT: can it integrate with my own IMAP email client (e.g. Apple Mail)? It's useless if I can only access it via webmail.

    Again, as others have asked- why can't you add email hosting to 10WEB??

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  • Narek Zograbian

    I believe that 1&1 IONOS does integrate with Apple Mail. 

    As far as to why they can't provide email hosting. That would require an SMTP server, which I don't think they have or offer (atm). They may become a full package later on. 

    They do use GCP which provides super-fast hosting though

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  • Jean Edwards

    Thanks Narek!

     

    If 10WEB really want to expand their client base, they NEED to offer email hosting.

     

    As a temporary measure, yes you're quite right-  you can IMAP it to Apple mail HERE.  

    Thanks again Narek :)

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  • Aash Gupta

    Hey Guys

    Check out the alternative solutions for Email Hosting called Migadu (They also have a Free Plan) based in Switzerland

    https://www.migadu.com/en/benefits.html

    Better than Yandex, Zoho Email and GSuite. Very easy and fast to setup

    I have just created a new post and link is below

    https://help.10web.io/hc/en-us/community/posts/360006413779-Free-Email-Hosting-Solution-Migadu-Email-Hosting-based-in-Switzerland

     

    Thanks

     

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  • Al Gonzales

    Thanks for the email information. When I signed up for Hosting I assumed email was included. I think that  EMAIL HOSTING NOT INCLUDED should be in CAPS and or a legit solution provided.  Russian YANDEX services promoted makes the whole deal feel a little sketchy

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  • Garth Jones

    1 company to deal with email and hosting, Is great! Have two companies mean the blame will be pasted from one to another when there is a problem. This make the 10web hosting less valuable to the point of almost being useless. 

    I would rather use one company for everything. Then breaking it up to several 1 for hosting, 1 for email, 1 for DNS, etc. 

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