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Topic # 182545 20-Oct-2015 16:35
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Dear GZ,

What's a good mail solution for my needs

Storage doesn't need to be huge, 10gb is probably fine, more would be a bonus.
Custom domain, 1 account with unlimited aliases. Bonus for multiple/unlimited domains. Bonus for multiple/unlimited accounts.
NZ/Aussie based servers.

Do not want to pay a fortune, max price would be NZD$10/month.

PS: Nathan/Regs Please beat people at MS to start offering O365 Personal with domain options for power users. One mail alias per website is the standard for so me and so many geeks I know!











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I've got clients with 5+ aliases and 5+ domains on Office 365 accounts @ $4.90 per account per month, with no minimum number of accounts.

https://products.office.com/en-nz/exchange/compare-microsoft-exchange-online-plans

Might as well pay $6 for the Office 365 Business Essentials and get some online storage as well.

https://products.office.com/en-nz/business/compare-office-365-for-business-plans

I wasn't a fan initially, and it's not perfect, but it is very good value for money IMHO.  (For clients wanting a top-shelf Hosted Exchange, we use Intermedia.)




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