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Re: Email Hosting Recommendations?



On Sat, Jan 2, 2010 at 1:06 PM, Kevin Kempter
<kevink consistentstate com> wrote:
> I'm looking for a good email hosting solution for 5-10 users. Were mostly
> Linux Desktop users with a few Mac's.

With that small number of users, you'd fit in the free version of
Google Domains.  You can either read your mail online with a UI that
looks just like GMail, or configure it to use POP or IMAP.

I use Google Domains, and am very happy with it.

It includes spam filtering that works pretty well.

Basically what you do when you sign up is prove to Google that you own
the domain by placing a file they specify on your web server, or else
adding a DNS record if you don't have a web server.  Then you
configure each of your user accounts, and set up some MX records that
point to Google's mail servers.

Don Quixote.
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