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    Hi everyone!

    I work as an independent supporting 9 schools and I am constantly on the move. I'm currently using Easily webmail (Domain names | Domain name registration | Easily.co.uk), which to begin with was proving rather reliable, however more recently has been less the case, in fact it has been more akin to sticking pins in my eyes!

    My questions are simple... Has anyone used this host provider and your views? Can anyone recommend an alternative webmail host provider?

    Thanks
    Jez

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Jiminy View Post
    Can anyone recommend an alternative webmail host provider?
    I simply host my own instance of SquirrelMail on my home ADSL connection. That picks up email from a POP account, but there's no reason why you couldn't run your own mailserver too.

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    I've used that before, great product, but needed more features. If I'm honest I think I'm going to have to put a sock in it and live with the rubbish service.

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    I use @EduTech hosting for my Exchange account - EduTech Hosting Services if you happy with outlook web access its 3.99 pm

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    Office 365 here, £3pm per user, full exchange and more. I used to run an exchange server on my home ADSL, but I decided to give my ADSL a bit of a rest, and have a bit more uptime

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    Gradwell offer good web email (horde/squirrel mail or any MAPI or POP based client could be used as a pick-up (gmail etc)). They aren't the cheapest but for 9 schools wouldn't work out very expensive either (all things considered).

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    I use @EduTech hosting for my Exchange account - EduTech Hosting Services if you happy with outlook web access its 3.99 pm

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    Great stuff, will check out EduTech... Thanks Glennda!

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