does anyone know any good email services? ever since my server got all buggy i can't use it to send email anymore so i've been searching for a good email service provider any suggestions?
on 02/07/2011 – Made popular on 02/07/2011
If you have your domain and DNS records hosted with Namecheap for example, one of their included services that you can opt to use is email forwarding. i.e. Namecheap will accept email destined for your domain and forward it to another email address of your choosing. Very useful when you don't need/want to run your own mail server or pay for yet another service.
I am setting up a server that needs to be able to send email from my email account that I have through my hosting provider "JustHost". I have been trying to get it to work with internet and smarthost options but I never get the email. I am trying to send the email from php but don't get any errors nor email sent. I have tried following several tutorials and can not figure it out.
Email service is one of the most often used services globally. Today almost everyone has at least one email account. Although clicking on the email send button and delivery of an email message appear seamless, a lot of events take place behind the scenes to make sure that the email reaches its final destination.
i did install "mailenable" on my server it works fine.
today i created an email address and used it to create and register an account on some website.
i was wondering because i can not receive email from most of them.
i check my email i can send and receive easily from/to some mail provider like outlook.com or yahoo.com.
then why i can not receive my email confirmation from some web site?
Do you guys know if its possible to use multiple email services for one domain? For example i pay for office 365 which i enjoy but i don't want to have pay for an account for each email address i want to make use of. I would like to use outlook.com for some.
I am building an android app that would let users send an email to my email address for comments and suggestions. I don't want to start an intent and have the user use their own mail app to send the email.
I am writing an application that must send encrypted email to recipients. The state agency I work for recently installed a feature for outgoing email. If #secure# appears anywhere in the subject, the email will be sent via TLS. I spent the morning reading about this. What I found says TLS applies between servers, but not between client and server.