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    Hey,

    I have... Home iMac, Home MacBook Pro, Work iMac, Android Mobile, iPod Touch... ect

    All of these have my email account on them... I receive an email on my Home iMac... spam so I delete it... then I have to delete it on every other gadget I own!

    I dont have exchange so is there anything were I can re-root my domain's emails to a web server that will then store them on there and when I change something they all change!! Save my life...

    Like Exchange/Google/Mobileme but where I can use my own domain and at a low cost...

    Dan

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