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One for the techy types 17:58 - Nov 1 with 592 viewsclive_baker

Does anyone know a good / cheap email hosting option? I’m in the early throws of launching a business with an ex colleague of mine, we have domains registered and in order to sound somewhat credible at this stage it would be great to have a more professional sounding email as an alternative to @gmail, particularly as we’re starting conversations with manufacturers.

Any help would be great,

Thanking you

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One for the techy types on 18:00 - Nov 1 with 585 viewsJ2BLUE

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One for the techy types on 18:07 - Nov 1 with 569 viewsfooters

Your website package should come with an additional email option. Who are you with? For bigger sends, I'd recommend MailChimp or similar.

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One for the techy types on 18:14 - Nov 1 with 545 viewsclive_baker

One for the techy types on 18:07 - Nov 1 by footers

Your website package should come with an additional email option. Who are you with? For bigger sends, I'd recommend MailChimp or similar.


I don’t have a website yet, we’ve just registered the domains. Development of our initial product will take around 20-26 weeks from my experience so the website etc is a job for further down the line, but in the meantime I want to sound credible when speculatively contacting manufacturers etc. Do you know of a good service that can just host emails until a full web package exists?

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One for the techy types on 18:17 - Nov 1 with 532 viewsDanTheMan

One for the techy types on 18:14 - Nov 1 by clive_baker

I don’t have a website yet, we’ve just registered the domains. Development of our initial product will take around 20-26 weeks from my experience so the website etc is a job for further down the line, but in the meantime I want to sound credible when speculatively contacting manufacturers etc. Do you know of a good service that can just host emails until a full web package exists?


Rackspace?

https://www.rackspace.com/en-gb/email-hosting/webmail

Could then just hook it back into G-Suite if you're using that.

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One for the techy types on 18:18 - Nov 1 with 530 viewsfooters

One for the techy types on 18:14 - Nov 1 by clive_baker

I don’t have a website yet, we’ve just registered the domains. Development of our initial product will take around 20-26 weeks from my experience so the website etc is a job for further down the line, but in the meantime I want to sound credible when speculatively contacting manufacturers etc. Do you know of a good service that can just host emails until a full web package exists?


Your domain provider will be able to provide the email hosting package, buh. Who are you with? Usually v cheap, depending on the number of addresses you need. If it's just one, like support or contact @ then it will be v cheap. I'd get in touch with them should be simple enough to set up :)

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One for the techy types on 18:23 - Nov 1 with 520 viewsclive_baker

One for the techy types on 18:18 - Nov 1 by footers

Your domain provider will be able to provide the email hosting package, buh. Who are you with? Usually v cheap, depending on the number of addresses you need. If it's just one, like support or contact @ then it will be v cheap. I'd get in touch with them should be simple enough to set up :)


Yes, you’re right, just checked Go Daddy and they offer the service! Very easy + cheap! Thanks so much

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One for the techy types on 18:25 - Nov 1 with 514 viewsfooters

One for the techy types on 18:23 - Nov 1 by clive_baker

Yes, you’re right, just checked Go Daddy and they offer the service! Very easy + cheap! Thanks so much


Invoice in the post. I'm reassuringly (read: cripplingly) expensive.

Good luck!

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