What is a good email provider for a custom domain?

What I have found so far:

  • posteo looks good, but does not support custom domains
  • tutanota can support it though I somewhat doubt their survivability long-term
  • proton mail also supports it, but not a huge fan
  • zoho: tried it years ago and it was ok, subprocesor list has aws and google on the periphery but not core
  • ghandi.net: ?
  • fastmail: ?
  • kolab: ?
  • Mailfence

Are there any others to look at?

I am not looking to self-host.

I’ve been using migadu.com after drew devault started talking them up. No complaints so far, easy to setup, and everything just works.

ufra
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That looks interesting, was not on my radar. thx

@linkpop@lemmy.ml
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I also second migadu, it’s amazing.

Third it!

had to chime in here because i did my homework on this one :) Cheapest/most space would be inbox.eu - 3 eur a year along with 100gb cloud storage and great privacy, has been around forever in the form inbox.lv. I also use Purelymail but that’s sort of a one man project and better if you need multiple domains. There are also some domain registrars who will offer email free or low cost themselves.

Bilb!
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I’ve been using protonmail pro. It works.

Jakob
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Host your own Mailserver… Just for you.

Debian, Exim, Dovecot are your friends.

I use fastmail and I like it. I use a custom domain with multiple aliases and it works well without issue.

@katta
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Mailbox.org has similiary privacy settings as posteo and supports custom domains.

ufra
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That looks about right, thanks. you also gave a good keyword to do some more comparison shopping.

Topik
216d

I use Zoho. Although it’s not as secure or private as Protonmail or Tutanota, it’s pretty decent, has great features, and most importantly, is affordable. The price is $1 per account, which is much better than Protonmail’s starting $4 price, for example. Zoho has many features and a great control panel, which makes managing many accounts for an organization a breeze.

If privacy and security are your top priorities, I think hosting your own mail server is the way to go, preferably on bare metal. There are open source no-knowledge-encrypted mail servers you can compile and deploy, but the downside is availability, cost, and potentially speed.

ufra
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It’s somewhat tempting, but don’t really want to spend a weekend debugging dkim keys or what have you if an important mail ends up in someone’s spam folder. Maybe for a project down the road.

Spunkie
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I’ve been a fan of mxroute, good service, fair price, sane limits.

Here’s a good comparison of email providers: https://www.safetydetectives.com/blog/email-comparison/

The detailed chart has a custom domain column.

Texel
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@marcosg@lemmy.ml
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They all can read your e-mail. Whoever claims the contrary, is lying. Pick the one that offers the best features. A good one which doesn’t cost much is mailbox.org

Disroot I think.

You must donate a bit for it and fill a request.

I’m sure they’re reading all my emails, but I use Yandex (the Russian equivalent of Google). Yandex is completely free even for multiple accounts (there’s a limit but I forget what it is). The interface works well and has an English option.

I also use mailbox.org, but Drew DeVaults words are law so Midagu might be my next jump. Not super hot on the documentation on mailbox

I just saw article about Mailfence who “teamed up” with Thunderbird. And first look at their website looks good to me. Edit you have them listed lol

@nutomic@lemmy.ml
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