Re: Better eMail Server
On 5/20/19 9:13 PM, T wrote:
This message was originally posted to the thunderbird support list,
but the moderator there has spiked all further discussion on this
topic, and apparently the OP is supposed to magically know that and
that he should look in here for replies.
When I was moderating a busy bridge mailing list, around 20 years ago,
it was normal practice to post a moderation message when terminating a
thread, but I guess the modern way is to rely on the psychic powers of
the OP instead.
Anyway, in case the OP is reading this list as well as the Thunderbird
support one, here's his original message plus my reply.
All the technical problems with zoho.com's mail server
are driving me nuts. And zoho will help you with
your problems, but their's, it is go to hell.
gMail is technically sound, but invades your privacy
with reckless abandon.
Proton does not work with Thunderbird unless you rent
a translator utility from them.
Anyone have a security mail server they like that is
imap and Thunderbird friendly?
I've used Pair Networks for the last 20+ years (https://www.pair.com)
but they are really a web hosting company with a domain registrar
offshoot, so their minimum package provides you your mail, ftp and web
and costs from $5.95/month according to their website (I have a
grandfathered rate, one of their promises was that they would never
raise their rates, and I'm still paying 1997 rates). They've been
absolutely rock solid in my experience, and their support is first class.
No interest other than as a happy customer.
i am a happy customer since 1981 (at the mathematicle center in amsterdam)
but in 1983 I lost my job there ( I went to the States with SIL (sil.org) )
in 1993 I became manic depressive and i lost a good job, my volvo 245, and my wife
If A equals success, then the formula is A = X + Y + Z.
X is work. Y is play. Z is keep your mouth shut.
-- Albert Einstein
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