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Discussion in 'Domains, DNS, Email & SSL Certificates' started by eva2000, Jun 5, 2014.

  1. doobled

    doobled New Member

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    Hi folks,

    Another free solution for those wanting real domain mailboxes (not just forwarding) is postale.io:
    • POP3/IMAP enabled (contrary to Zoho Mail free plan),
    • no ads (contrary to Yandex for instance),
    • DNS setup (MX records etc.) is taken care of for you if requested (still for free).

     
  2. Jon Snow

    Jon Snow Active Member

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    Anyone considering using this over Zoho?
     
  3. eva2000

    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    @doobled thanks for sharing
    Unfortunately very hesitant to use a service if I haven't heard of them before - especially for something as important as emails. You and I would need to do more research I guess
     
  4. doobled

    doobled New Member

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    This seems very reasonable. :)
     
  5. modder

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    Q: Is there a limit on the number of recipients I can specify in a single email message?

    You can specify a maximum of 50 recipients for every message you send using Amazon SES. This limit includes all addresses on the "To:," "CC:," and "BCC:" fields. If you need to send an email message to more than 50 recipients, then you have to split your recipient list into groups of 50 recipients or less, and send separate messages to each group.'
     
  6. modder

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    Can emails sent by user1@domain.com as From those aliases without revealing the email address of user1@domain.com?
     
  7. eva2000

    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    Yes if sent email is sent from Gmail/Gsuite app and you configure an alternate sender which specify. It seems at least for me, this only works from Gmail/Gsuite app/web app. My Android Bluemail email client doesn't support that AFAIK.
     
  8. pamamolf

    pamamolf Premium Member Premium Member

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    G Suite Basic – $6/user/month

    Is that price for 1 email @mydomain.com ?

    Seems very expensive if yes but i am sure that this is not the case ....

    What should i pay per month for example for 50 email like @mydomain.com ?

    Can anyone please clarify that?

    Thank you
     
  9. eva2000

    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    Yes US$6/user/month see Pricing Plans | G Suite

    But you can use domain alias so user @domain1.com, user @domain2.com, user @domain3.com where latter 2 are domain alias to 1st account which is still same US$6/user/month price. Each user gets 30GB of storage.

    Then you have account aliases, so i can have user @domain1.com have account aliases for usernames support, info, webmaster, admin etc so that support @domain1.com emails go to user @domain1.com primary account which is still same US$6/user/month :)
     
  10. modder

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    For your FREE legacy G suite account.

    How do you configure it so that you can send as your alias email account?

    I tried to Add another email address but this happened:

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    I enabled this already: admin.google.com >>Apps > G Suite > Settings for Gmail > End user access > Allow per-user outbound gateways

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    I tried something else.

    I set auto forward all emails sent to my user1@domain1.com to my ordinary gmail account my@gmail.com.

    From my Gmail account, I can set Send As for user1@domain1.com with
    user1@domain1.com / password
    smtp.gmail.com port 587

    But for user1@domain2.com, what's the smtp settings for email alias? I tried
    user1@domain2.com / password
    smtp.gmail.com port 587

    It won't work.

    Then I tried:

    user1@domain1.com / password
    smtp.gmail.com port 587

    But when I sent email and chose From user1@domain2.com, the email I received from the recipient showed it's from user1@domain1.com...
     
    Last edited: Jan 13, 2020
  11. deltahf

    deltahf Premium Member Premium Member

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    I am using another method to get free domain-based email. So far it's working very well and is entirely contained within Google/Gmail combined with ImprovMX.

    ImprovMX has detailed the setup process here:

    ImprovMX — Free email forwarding

    The only change I found I had to make was I did need to leave the "treat as alias" checkbox selected to make it work the way I wanted.

    What is nice about this is that you're actually just storing your Gmail app password with Google itself, which I don't have any problems with, and you can send and receive mails from your own domain for free.
     
  12. rdan

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    But it will reveal your server IP on the mail header right?
     
  13. deltahf

    deltahf Premium Member Premium Member

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    No. It will be sent from Gmail’s SMTP servers. This doesn’t involve your server (or any server that you control) at all.
     
  14. modder

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    Will mail agents like Outlook treat it as "xxx@mydomain.com send by gmail"?
     
  15. deltahf

    deltahf Premium Member Premium Member

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    No idea.

    You can PM me your address and I can send you a message if you want to try it out.