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September 12, 2012, 10:51:38 PM
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I use Rackspace Cloud Sites for hosting my LAMP stack sites, but my small clients often need some basic/cheap email services too, which Rackspace doesn't affordably offer. I currently use ICDsoft.com for my smaller clients, but I'm looking to migrate everybody over to Rackspace eventually. I'm fine doing my domain-reg and email stuff somewhere besides Rackspace.

Specifically, I'd like domain-reg plus email forwarding for under $15/yr, with optional POP/IMAP email accounts for a reasonable price; maybe around $1/yr for each mailbox...

Best I can find:
-- Namecheap.com will register .com domains for $10.69 with unlimited email forwarding, but it appears their actual POP email accounts cost $3/yr *each*.
-- eNom.com registers .com domains for $13.95, and offers 10 POP email accounts for $12.95/yr. BUT - they don't appear to offer email forwarding.

Anybody know of something that offers the reasonable domain-reg price, with unlimited email address forwarding, and full POP accounts for about $1/yr each or better?


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September 13, 2012, 02:30:16 AM
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Google Apps?
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September 13, 2012, 02:38:20 AM
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hover.com for registration.

google apps for email.

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September 13, 2012, 04:17:23 AM
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hover.com for registration.

google apps for email.


Google apps is $50/yr PER USER.

Don't get me wrong - Google Apps is a great choice for small businesses that need a cohesive web-based company-wide business-apps suite.

But I'm talking tiny clients. Sole-proprietors who just have a largely brochure-ware web-presence and want a handful of email addresses. $50/yr per address is far too much for them. This can and should be under $25/yr for *all* of their domain and email needs.

After emailing with eNom support, it looks like they're my best option. Turns out they *do* offer free email forwarding with domain-reg, so that combined with their 10 full POP addresses for $13/yr gets me in the ballpark.

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September 13, 2012, 04:24:22 AM
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hover.com for registration.

google apps for email.


Google apps is $50/yr PER USER.

Don't get me wrong - Google Apps is a great choice for small businesses that need a cohesive web-based company-wide business-apps suite.

But I'm talking tiny clients. Sole-proprietors who just have a largely brochure-ware web-presence and want a handful of email addresses. $50/yr per address is far too much for them. This can and should be under $25/yr for *all* of their domain and email needs.

After emailing with eNom support, it looks like they're my best option. Turns out they *do* offer free email forwarding with domain-reg, so that combined with their 10 full POP addresses for $13/yr gets me in the ballpark.

Huh? Google Apps is free under 10 users.
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September 13, 2012, 05:42:33 AM
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Huh? Google Apps is free under 10 users.

Oh, sweet... My bad. Just checked out their pricing page. I've been using Google Apps at companies with >20 people since the service came out, and apparently somehow I missed the introduction of that free tier! This is great.

Thanks for the heads-up!

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