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17pm 7 Sep 2019 08:17 PM

Looking for a simple, cheap email provider. Read more inside!
 
Hey there. I am currently a fastmail user but I find them to be more expensive than what I can afford right now. As such, I am looking for an email provider with the following characteristics:

- Paid (I don't want a free provider);
- Cheap;
- Supports 2FA;
- App passwords (like fastmail has, for imap and all that);
- Non-USA based (preferably Europe);
- Supports using own domains;
- Supports many aliases (more than 50) (or catch-all);
- Supports IMAP (so no protonmail or tutanota or the likes);
- No google stuff in their webpage whatsoever;
- Small(ish) provider, privacy oriented;

None of the following fits me:
- Soverin (no 2fa for imap), tutanota, protonmail. mailbox, posteo, mxroute, fastmail, runbox, purelymail, iroute, migadu

Please let me know of more providers so I can check them..

jeffpan 7 Sep 2019 10:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 17pm (Post 611441)
Hey there. I am currently a fastmail user but I find them to be more expensive than what I can afford right now. As such, I am looking for an email provider with the following characteristics:

- Paid (I don't want a free provider);
- Cheap;
- Supports 2FA;
- App passwords (like fastmail has, for imap and all that);
- Non-USA based (preferably Europe);
- Supports using own domains;
- Supports many aliases (more than 50) (or catch-all);
- Supports IMAP (so no protonmail or tutanota or the likes);

None of the following fits me:
- Soverin (no 2fa for imap), tutanota, protonmail. mailbox, posteo, mxroute, fastmail, runbox, purelymail, iroute, migadu

Please let me know of more providers so I can check them..

my first suggestion is gandi.net, which i have been using with for long days, works just right.
the second suggestion is inbox.eu, which has 20gb storage, the webmail is clean and fast, smtp/imap works well too.

the #1 is about 15 usd per year for domain registration price on them, 2 mailboxes included.
the #2 is 12 eur per year, just for mailbox cost.

17pm 8 Sep 2019 12:41 AM

Hey jeff, thanks for replying. I've added a new condition:

- No google stuff in their webpage whatsoever;
- Small(ish) provider, privacy oriented;

Inbox.eu has googletagmanager and seems like it's not a smallish provider. Something like mxroute, soverin, migadu, but that fits my conditions. Soverin comes close, but their 2FA is insecure. Runbox seems to tick all the boxes, other than being a tad too expensive.

rscaramelo 20 Sep 2019 11:49 PM

I am looking to the same as the OP. Don't like the new Runbox7 at all after being a long time subscriber. Also would need an easy way to migrate old emails.

north 21 Sep 2019 06:42 AM

"Please let me know of more providers so I can check them.."

no more providers that will fit all your needs for 0.5$/month.

17pm 21 Sep 2019 08:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by north (Post 611649)
"Please let me know of more providers so I can check them.."

no more providers that will fit all your needs for 0.5$/month.

Where did I state I wanted a provider for that amount? Straw man much, don't you? You consistently post crap on this forum, just leave already, your content won't be missed.

ReuvenNY 22 Sep 2019 02:47 AM

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jarland 23 Sep 2019 02:16 AM

Quote:

Soverin (no 2fa for imap)
In your search, it may be important to note that the IMAP protocol does not support two-factor authentication.

EricG 23 Sep 2019 02:20 PM

Since fastmail's $50/year is too expensive, that eliminates almost everyone. Outlook.com premium is gone. Zoho has a $1/month plan.

17pm 23 Sep 2019 11:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jarland (Post 611684)
In your search, it may be important to note that the IMAP protocol does not support two-factor authentication.

What I mean is what fastmail and runbox do. The ability to create an IMAP only password, or disable IMAP altogether.

TenFour 25 Sep 2019 05:24 AM

Quote:

- No google stuff in their webpage whatsoever;
I doubt many are going to know whether or not "Google stuff" is in the webpages of commercial email providers, and even if it isn't chances are very good you will be tracked by Google and Facebook one way or another. In any case, your requirements are so specific and impossible for most of us to know that the question is more a request for free research and investigation. IMHO the focus needs to be on a service that is secure, reliable and provides the services you need for a price you are willing to pay. Many smaller providers might meet the price, but often not the security and reliability aspect.


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